Mobile Mapping

Moble Mapping-Railroad Bridge Over Oneida River


Mobile  MappingH2H Associates continues to be a pioneer in the utilization of the latest in mobile mapping technology to provide our clients with highly accurate geospatially referenced 3D datasets. H2H has a number of both mobile, and static tools at our disposal to accomplish any Terrestrial, Waterborne, or Aerial Mapping need safely, accurately, and cost effectively. Our mobile mapping services have been applied to a range of industries in projects throughout North America:

Mining – Above & Underground

Terrestrial & Aerial Mapping -

  • Stockpile Physical Inventory
  • Reserves Mapping
  • Quarry Mapping
  • Face Updates (DOT Reporting)
  • Bench and Highwall Safety Surveys
  • Insurance Documentation
  • Reclamation Grades
  • Confirm Permit Limits

Waterborne –

  • Verify Stability for Dragline
  • Confirm Maximum Ore Removed
  • Confirm Reclamation Slopes and Grades

Construction & Land Development

Mobile MappingTerrestrial & Aerial Mapping -

  • Existing Conditions Definition
  • As-Built Mapping
  • Design Stakeout
  • Field Verification of Completed Projects
  • Confirm Excavation Area Limits
  • Calculate Material Removed and or Placed Over Time
  • Geospatially Referenced Photographs
  • Urban Planning

Waterborne -

  • Bridge Scouring
  • Port and Harbor Surveys
  • Environmental Assessment
  • Flood Plain Mapping
  • Coastal erosion
  • Real Time QA/QC of Dredging Operations
  • Monitor Infill at Confluence
  • Spoil Mapping
  • Beach Nourishment and Restoration
  • High Definition River Channel bathymetry
  • Dam / Lock Characterization and Mapping
  • Bridge Structural Analysis
  • Flood Warning Model



Terrestrial & Aerial Mapping –

  • Secondary Tank Containment Analysis
  • Process Flow Mapping


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“The H2H 3D marine mapping system is allowing us to make more informed decisions about areas that need to be manually inspected. We are in the process of adjusting our standard procedures and workflows to take better advantage of the technology in the future. The system definitely performed as promised,”

New York State Canal Corporation