Quantum Spatial Remote Sensing Analytics Expertise to be Featured at 2019 Trees and Utilities Conference

Quantum Spatial today announced that its use of remote sensing and analytics for vegetation management will be featured during the 2019 Trees and Utilities Conference

Quantum Spatial Remote Sensing Analytics Expertise to be Featured at 2019 Trees and Utilities Conference
Quantum Spatial Remote Sensing Analytics Expertise to be Featured at 2019 Trees and Utilities Conference

Quantum Spatial Remote Sensing Analytics Expertise to be Featured at 2019 Trees and Utilities Conference

Quantum Spatial, the nation’s largest independent geospatial data firm, today announced that its use of remote sensing and analytics for vegetation management will be featured during the 2019 Trees and Utilities Conference, taking place September 10-12 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Quantum Spatial will be exhibiting at the conference, offering presentations at its booth on topics such as wildfire analytics, tree species identification using hyperspectral imagery, cycle- and condition-based vegetation management, and funding for remote sensing initiatives.

“Vegetation management has long been a reactive process, in which utilities typically address problematic trees that pose an imminent threat,” said Eric Merten, vice president and general manager, Commercial Markets for Quantum Spatial. “With our industry-leading innovations in remote sensing and analytics, Quantum Spatial is enabling utilities to take a more proactive approach to assess vegetation health and identifying species. This knowledge will help utilities reduce risk, streamline inspections and target tree trimming activities to areas of greatest concern.”