Session #9: Stormwater – How to model, plan and monitor with satellite and aerial images
Stormwater presents numerous challenges and risks for your community. What if you could have the actual precise measure of impervious surfaces for each property of your jurisdiction? What if you could count on a transparent and visual source to communicate with your citizens about their run-off contribution? And, what if you could count with updated submeter topography and a visual map of your assets?
At the completion of this one-hour OJT session, participants will be able to demonstrate the following:
- Practical knowledge about latest satellite and aerial imagery advances
- How to select the right satellite or aerial imagery based on needs and image characteristics
- Which are the critical image characteristics to consider
- How impervious surfaces can be identified, measured and classified using adequate remote sensing imagery
- How submeter topography of your territory can be obtained through imagery to understand run-off flows
- How infrastructure assets can be inventoried and located using precise imagery
- How remote sensing imagery can be used to support disaster response in flood events
Our workshop facilitator is Santiago Forteza, Director, Sales and Business Development at Effigis. He has over 25 years of international experience in management in the geomatics industry.
OMWA is pleased to offer any & all staff from our valued OMWA municipal / utility members complimentary virtual On the Job Training through our OMWA online platform. These 1 hour sessions run every other Thursday starting at 2:00 p.m for the balance of 2020!The fee for non-members is $30 plus HST per person per session
If you have any specific questions regarding this OJT session, please feel free to submit them when you register and we will provide them to the presenter.