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Geospatial Solutions for our changing world

Our Clients

Mining / Oil & Gas

LiDAR has become an important tool in the mining industry, from exploration through site development to operations, as downtime is very costly. Open pit mines are a complex network of haul roads and they are typically very unstable. With a dense LiDAR map, the mine operator can anticipate and monitor problem areas like over steepened banks, slope failure and road degradation.

Utilities & Energy Companies

Kisik has extensive experience with public and private electrical utilities, oil and gas pipeline owners, mining corporations, and alternative energy generation companies to enable new and existing infrastructure assessment, planning, construction, maintenance and upgrades.

Forestry / Environmental

Kîsik is also well-equipped to assist forestry and environmental organizations in their management and planning activities. With their expertise in LiDAR technology, they can create high-resolution maps of forested areas and use this data to estimate biomass and carbon stocks. This information can be used to develop sustainable forest management plans and monitor forest health over time.


Kîsik works directly with Federal, Provincial, State and First Nations governments to deliver data that supports transportation infrastructure, land management, environmental initiatives and disaster response along with other agency projects. Kîsik has maintained rapid response capabilities in order to mobilize, map and provide expedited results to aid in the management of disasters such as forest fires, landslides and flooding events.

Engineering & Construction

Kîsik is a valuable partner for engineering and construction companies, providing a range of LiDAR-based services that can enhance their project planning, design, and execution. Using LiDAR, Kîsik can create detailed topographic maps of project sites, accurately identifying terrain features such as elevations, slopes, and watercourses. This information can help engineers and construction professionals identify potential challenges and opportunities for project optimization. LiDAR can also be used to monitor construction progress, enabling real-time quality control and providing detailed data for as-built documentation.