Throughout your analysis you may need to gain deeper insight into any number of variables about building. From a structure’s exact location to the businesses that are within, it is no surprise that we are able to provide all this information and more. At the end of the day, if you aren’t getting a true accurate building height, then your analysis is ultimately limited to 2D.
From urban cities to rural towns, our height data enhances your understanding of what is within each structure and takes your analysis from 2D to 3D. Existing techniques will calculate the height of skyscrapers based on the number of stories or suite numbers, this only generates inaccurate data. At BuildingFootprintUSA we source all of our height data from Lidar or local sources and run a series of tests to ensure its quality. Whether you are summarizing statistics for an entire city or focusing on one building at a time, accuracy is key within your height analysis.
In this example you can see a number of buildings, all with multiple addresses and businesses listed. While we understand what is on paper for these buildings, it’s not until we add their height, that you can see that one of these buildings is the tallest building in the United States.