UAS in Construction

From pre-construction project estimating through close-out and final punch list deliverables Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS/Drones) are changing the way progressive contractors are doing business. Since the FAA adopted part 107—the commercial UAS license—construction professionals have been early adopters of this nascent technology to assist in managing their construction projects.


Geomatix, LLC is pleased to announce the award of a prestigious technical incubator grant from the Smart Airport and Aviation Partnership (SAAP). SAAP was established through a Regional Innovation Strategies Grant from the U.S. Economic Development Administration to the Atlantic County Economic Alliance (ACEA). The program is administered by the National Institute of Aerospace (NIA), a renowned aviation leader headquartered in Hampton, Virginia.

COVID 19 Response

Geomatix has fully leveraged technologies that we believe will become the “new normal.” One aspect of our digitization and automation efforts is that we can plan, execute and deliver our services remotely. Geomatix crews can undertake all field operations with zero direct physical interaction with on-site personnel. For on-site activities required by the client, for example mandatory health and safety training, our staff will maintain appropriate social distancing.

Data Visualizer

Drone flights capture huge amounts of data, which is great! But sometimes sharing—or even opening—these huge files can be a real challenge. The Geomatix web portal makes it simple and easy to view your project online, download files and share everything with the click of a button.

NJ Site Remediation Conference - LSRPA

Chris French will be presenting for Geomatix at the NJ Site Remediation Conference at 3:30 on February 5th, 2020 in Atlantic City. Learn about how drones are being used in the field of environmental remediation!