Surdex provides digital orthophotography, GIS basemapping, and LiDAR services to the public and private sector, developing mapping solutions and data management for economic and industrial development, land use, planning, emergency response systems, resource management, tax assessment, and health and human services.
Our Capacity and Expertise Enable Us to Perform Your Project Successfully
As one of the premiere mapping firms in the U.S., Surdex is a full-service digital orthophoto and photogrammetric engineering firm with in-house resources sufficient for virtually any size job. We maintain a fleet of nine specialized acquisition aircraft, large- and medium-format digital sensors, including four Leica ADS100 Airborne Digital Sensors and a Leica ALS70 Airborne Laser Scanner LiDAR sensor, as well as all other equipment and support staff for even the largest project. Take a moment to peruse our image gallery.
Our objective is to deliver the highest quality products that meet not only your accuracy requirements but also your mapping goals. This begins with understanding your needs, determining the best approach to your project, and developing quality mapping products in an efficient manner.
Serving our clients since 1954, Surdex is a leading provider of geospatial data services; our success can be attributed to our unwavering commitment to the quality of our products, our exceptional staff, our investment in equipment and technical resources as well as the satisfaction of our clients.
Chosen for Some of the Biggest Projects in the U.S.
In 2014, Surdex was awarded some of the largest digital orthophotography projects of their kind in the nation. We are one of the top ten largest digital orthoimagery firms in the country and widely acknowledged as one of the country’s most advanced, quality-driven mapping firms.
- 274,965 sq. mi. of digital orthoimagery at 0.5 meter GSD for the State of Texas
- 55,000 sq. mi. of digital orthoimagery at 1.0′ GSD for the State of Illinois
- 20,000+ sq. mi. of LiDAR in the states of Missouri / Arkansas, 1.0 meter and 0.7 meter
5.3M Square Miles of Orthophotography for a Single Program over 11 Years
Surdex is also a major provider for the massive USDA National Agriculture Imagery Program (NAIP). Since the program’s inception in 2003, Surdex has delivered:
- 5.3M sq. mi. of digital orthophotography
- Over 350,000 DOQQs in 69 state projects, over a period of 11 years, with coverage of 30 states
Earl R. Hoffmann, Sr., founder of Surdex Corporation, died April 26, 2016, in Florida at the age of 89...
Surdex was just selected by the USDA to provide 4-band, 60 cm DOQQs for the states of Indiana, Missouri,...
In early April, Surdex Corporation purchased its fifth Leica ADS100 Airborne Digital Sensor. This sensor is one of the...