About Us

Established in 1966, Cooper Aerial Surveys Co. is recognized as a client-focused mapping firm, providing high-quality, tailored products unique to the needs of each project. Our more than 35 employees across four offices nationally are among the most experienced in the aerial mapping industry. Our team distinguishes us from other mapping providers by using their experience to provide leading-edge, cost-effective solutions.

Cooper proudly serves clients worldwide, providing the highest quality product available with unmatched customer service. It is our dedication to customer satisfaction as well as commitment to staying at the forefront of technological advances that keeps us leaders in modern mapping methodologies.

Our digital photogrammetric services range from high altitude mineral exploration mapping to 1”= 20’ precise engineering design mapping. This includes surveying, digital aerial mapping, LiDAR, softcopy, aero-triangulation, earthwork and volumetric calculations, cross sectioning and profiling, as well as digital terrain modeling (DTM).

Additionally, we are able to produce digital imagery from aerial photography, digital airborne sensors, UAVS, and satellites. We have full service image processing and plotting capabilities and can perform rectification, translations, compression, calibration, and algorithms to provide the necessary product.

We pride ourselves on our strict quality control standards to ensure that every mapping project we undertake meets or exceeds accuracy standards including, but not limited to, NMAS, ASPRS, and NSSDA.

Additionally, we are able to produce digital imagery from aerial photography, digital airborne sensors, UAVS, and satellites.  We have full service image processing and plotting capabilities and can perform rectification, translations, compression, calibration, and algorithms to provide the necessary product.

We pride ourselves on our strict quality control standards to ensure that any mapping project we undertake will meet or exceed any accuracy standard including, but not limited to, NMAS, ASPRS, and NSSDA.