A string of severe weather spawned a series of powerful tornadoes in Texas and Mississippi.
April 17, 2019
Aerial imagery processing is complete, and all imagery from impacted regions, including Alto, TX, Franklin, TX and Vicksburg, MS are now available via the Geomni Web Viewer. Be sure to contact your Verisk account executive if you are having trouble logging into the web viewer.
April 15, 2019
Geomni has completed its imagery capture mission over the affected regions in Texas and Mississippi. The imagery is currently being processed so that it will be available via the Geomni Web Viewer soon.
The Geomni flight mission team is currently on its way to the Texas and Mississippi area. Imagery capture is anticipated to take place today so that we can begin to assess the damage spawned by these tornadoes and begin support the restoration process.
April 14, 2019
Spring season is definitely upon us. Over the weekend, a band of severe weather was expected to reach the South. The threat of tornadoes touching down over the weekend was likely.
Reports of substantial damage have come out from Alto, TX, Franklin, TX and Vicksburg, MS.
Geomni is carefully monitoring this situations, and its fleet are ready to initiate aerial imagery capture operations once weather conditions allow us to do so.
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