RF Guys has partnered with Ehresmann Engineering to deliver cell tower/infrastructure mapping solutions.
RF Guys simplifies the data compilations and delivers high-definition sub-centimeter point cloud site data. The company uses remote sensing UAS, ground stations, ground penetrating radar, terrestrial LiDar and its own data acquisition and back-end processing.
Ehresmann Engineering is a tower engineering and manufacturing company that has been in the telecommunication industry for over 34 years. EEI designs, manufacturers, and installs tower and tower modifications. Its field services include tower inspections, tower modification, and new tower and foundation installations.
EEI’s unmanned aerial vehicle infrastructure imaging programs allow it to gather pictures, video, point clouds, RF measurements, and other data on towers. It also employs a terrestrial Lidar to gather highly accurate information on towers., EEI delivers the information through an internet portal, Needmore Reports, which is a cloud-based program that gives users a web interface to track and manage assets.
RF Guys has specific imaging solutions, and combined with Ehresmann’s engineering firm, it is able to provide a complete package to customers.
The field services and UAV operations of EEI complement RF Guys’s capability to provide complete services including structural engineering, tower and component manufacturing, field services, as well as UAV services. The different locations of EEI, based in Yankton, South Dakota, and RF Guy, with two locations in California, allows the companies to cover more territory economically with the UAV services.
“We are able to draw on the experience that each company has to provide the best quality product on the market and be able to responsive to our customer needs. There is no project too great for us to accomplish,” the companies said in a press release.