• Freeway 60 & 91 Riverside County, CA
    3” GSD Imagery, 2019
  • San Bernardino National Forest, CA
    QL1 LiDAR Bare Earth, 2020

Digital Mapping, Inc. (DMI)

Established 1987 in Huntington Beach, California. DMI is a solid, stable firm that has proven steady growth and innovation throughout the years.

DMI was the first company on the west coast to acquire the Digital Mapping Camera System (DMC) by Intergraph-Z/I Imaging.

DMI is one of the leading Photogrammetric Mapping and Aerial Photography Application service firms in the United States

Digital Mapping, Inc. (DMI) is a California Corporation and a certified minority women-owned small business (WBE/MBE/SBE). DMI has more than 30 years of experience in Aerial Photography, LiDAR, Digital Photogrammetry, Digital Orthophotography, Topographic and Planimetric Mapping, and related services...
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Digital Imagery

Digital Imagery

Photogrammetric Services

Photogrammetric Services

Geospatial Solutions

Geospatial Solutions

Our Services

Planimetric Mapping

A map that displays only the x,y locations of features and represents only horizontal distances.
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Orthophotography

An aerial photograph from which distortions owing to camera tilt and ground relief have been removed. An orthophotography has the same scale throughout and can be used as a map.
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LiDAR Acquisition

A remote-sensing technique that uses lasers to measure distances to reflective surfaces.
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Historical Archive

We have a vast collection of stock photos and historical imagery. These images can be requested in print or digital format at any specific size.
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Aerial Photography

Aerial photography is often used as a cartographic data source for basemapping, locating geographic features, and interpreting environmental conditions.
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Topography

Mapping of land surfaces, including relief (relative positions and elevations) and the position of natural and constructed features.
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Digital Elevated Models

The representation of continuous elevation values over a topographic surface by a regular array of z-values, referenced to a common datum. DEMs are typically used to represent terrain relief.
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Geographic Information Systems

An integrated collection of computer software and data used to view and manage information about geographic places, analyze spatial relationships, and model spatial processes.
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