Magnolia River and RC&A Expand Agreement for Shared Services
on Wednesday, 24 July 2013.
Huntsville, AL: Magnolia River and RC&A have entered into an agreement that enables each to increase efficiency and expand operating territories. Under the agreement, RC&A has purchased Magnolia River's Intergraph DMC II 230, the most advanced large-format digital aerial camera. With this new camera system, RC&A is able to provide state-of-the-art imagery from both airplane and helicopter platforms. In turn, Magnolia River will provide advanced data processing services using their new hardware and software platforms.
"This just makes good sense for us, Richard Crouse, and all our clients," said Ronnie Hoff, Magnolia River's Executive Vice President. "We get access to all of RC&A's airplanes and sensors, but we can focus on the processing to continue delivering quality solutions to our clients."
"It works very well for each company to strategically concentrate on what they do best," said Richard Crouse, President of RC&A. "This builds on the great relationship we already have with Magnolia River."
About Magnolia River:
Magnolia River (www.magnolia-river.com) is a client focused, quality driven company that provides a wide array of infrastructure and geospatial solutions. Areas of expertise include pipeline, energy, GIS, surveying & mapping, and software products. Magnolia River is a certified woman-owned business, whose clients include federal, state, and local government agencies and commercial companies.
RC&A (www.richardcrouse.com) provides photogrammetric stereo aerial photography and remote sensing from our fleet of 10 aircraft, which serve as platforms for three Intergraph Digital Mapping Cameras and a Riegl 680i LiDAR system. Other equipment includes one DiMAC digital camera, seven Leica RC-30 film cameras, and 2 Zeiss RMK Top film cameras.