National Cartographic Center(NCC) Planes will fly again over the sky of the country
By follow ups of the Director General of NCC, Engineer Gholam Ali Jafarzadeh Imanabadi, the planes of NCC will soon fly over the sky of the country again after a long pause and aerial photography operations will also be resumed again.
According to NCC report, a joint meeting with important negotiations between Engineer Gholam Ali Jafarzadeh Imanabadi and officials of Aseman Airlines were held as the first step to resume the work of NCC aircrafts for aerial photography operations.
The purpose of this meeting which was held in NCC, was to review different dimensions of concluding a maintenance contract for NCC aircrafts and both sides discussed the removal of obstacles to starting the flights.
On this basis , it was decided to follow up the previous requirements between these two bodies and make the concluded contract operational as soon as possible and after removing the existing obstacles.
It is worth mentioning that one of the duties of NCC as a governing organization, is to direct and lead all activities related to aerial and space surveying.
All aerial photography over the country for construction projects and digital photography of urban areas, is carried out by 4 Dornier 228 aircrafts and one Jet Falcon 20, belonging to NCC.
Afte processing, the provided photos are utilized in various fields such as industry, mining, environment, agriculture and transportation.
By the way, through a concluded cooperation agreement with NCC, Aseman Airlines has been responsible for the maintenance of these aircrafts for more than two decades.
This meeting was aimed at eliminating some of the challenges imposed by sanctions and accelerating the relaunch of the mentioned aircrafts.