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The Sanborn Map Company, Inc. (Sanborn) has announced the final deliveries of geodatabases, 3D models, imagery, and navigation data of the physical and organisational structures and facilities (e.g., buildings, roads, storage facilities, processing facilities, and pipelines) for a major Middle East oil and gas company. This multi-year project mapped all ground-based assets and equipment for a state owned energy company, with a focus on as-built documentation, asset management, 3D modelling, planning, and rural navigation.

Sanborn began the program with high-resolution 2D and 3D imagery collection. Deliveries included:

  • Orthophotos.
  • Oblique imagery.
  • Digital elevation data.
  • Complete field validated asset geo database.
  • 3D models of buildings, pipelines, storage and production facilities.
  • Rural area navigation databases.


Sanborn's technologies support a wide range of infrastructure needs, including: utility-based hazard detection, construction planning, preliminary engineering design, hydrographic modelling, dam breach analysis, volumetric quantity estimation, and geotechnical hazard location/mitigation planning.

"Sanborn is prepared to deliver accurate, on-time, and on-budget geospatial products and services to support any and all mapping for infrastructure requirements," says Jason Caldwell, Sanborn Vice President of Business Development and Sales. "We have extensive experience and expertise in using the correct software application, acquisition platform (airborne, UAS, mobile, or ground-based) and most effective sensor technology for a specific project's geographic area and mission. Sanborn is a complete geospatial services solutions provider for infrastructure-related applications."

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