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Eastern Keys Acquisition Complete
The 3″ nadir/oblique collection of the Eastern keys is 100% complete. Reported by Keystone Aerial Surveys. >>

News and Updates

Beaumont AOI Imagery Upload Complete
The last of the Beaumont imagery is uploaded.  This is the last of the Harvey relief imagery to be uploaded. Reported by Sanborn >>
Texas City AOI Completes Upload
All the imagery for Texas City has been processed and uploaded.  Notification will be posted once this data is accessible via the Harvey Web Map App. >>
Imagery for OldOcean and Texas City Uploaded
Additional imagery of OldOcean and Texas City Uploaded.   >>
New Brazos and OldOcean Imagery Uploaded
Sanborn crew report that additional imagery for AOIs Brazos and OldOcean have been processed and uploaded. Notification will be posted once this data is accessible via the Harvey Web Map App. >>
New Victoria and Seadrift Imagery Uploaded
Sanborn crew report that additional imagery for Victoria and Seadrift has been processed and uploaded. Notification will be posted once this data is accessible via the Harvey Web Map App.   >>
New pre/post Harvey updates
Please check http://arcg.is/2xeAVK6 for new per and post-Harvey imagery from GIC.   >>
New Victoria and Houston Imagery Uploaded
Sanborn crew report that additional 3″ nadir/oblique imagery for Victoria and 6″ nadir imagery for Houston has been processed and uploaded. Notification will be posted once this data is accessible via the Harvey Web Map App.   >>
Additional Beaumont Imagery Uploaded
More Beaumont imagery has been processed and uploaded.  Notice will be provided once available through GIC Harvey Web App. >>
Additional Brazos Imagery Uploaded
Additional  Brazos 6″ nadir imagery from yesterday’s flights has been processed and uploaded. Notice will be provided once available through GIC Harvey Web App.     >>
Beaumont Completed and Uploaded
Sanborn crew reports completion of 6″ nadir collection of Beaumont and upload of data. >>

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  • 47 Areas Distributed
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Event Summary

Hurricane Harvey made landfall around 11:00pm EDT on August 25, 2017 between Port Aransas and Port O’Connor, Texas as a Category 4 storm with winds of 130 mph, the first to make landfall in the US since Hurricane Charley in 2004. The storm pounded the Texas coast with hurricane-force winds and torrential rains, leaving a trail of devastation in its wake. The resulting floods inundated hundreds of thousands of homes, displaced more than 30,000 people, prompted more than 17,000 rescues and is responsible for at least 39 deaths.

The Coalition

“The disastrous aftermath of Hurricane Harvey in the Texas gulf region requires the right coalition of organizations to rapidly collect critical information for assessing regional impact and to ultimately help provide relief to those in need. The GIC and Vexcel Imaging are fortunate to have partners in leading aerial mapping companies who can rapidly deploy assets to quickly capture aerial imagery of affected areas, and in ESRI to make available that critical data in a platform that can be broadly and easily accessed.”

Erik Jorgensen, President, Vexcel Imaging

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