Arkansas residents may face taxation by aerial image.

Source: SuasNews

Just as privacy concerns are raised by ACLU and others over drone use in the USA, Quorum Court in Arkansas has approved the use of aerial imagery to collect data on property sizes. Not at the moment from UAS but it does not take much of an imagination to realise they could be used for this service.

Looking at the Pictometry website they are creating products that several UK based companies achieve with sUAS. Pictometry must be chomping at the bit to use lower altitude imagery that can create  higher resolution products.

Currently though Pictometry has flown about 83% of the USA with its fleet of 60 aircraft to gather its collect. No doubt they are looking for a return on their investment with this proposal.

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