CNA uses aerial photography for a variety of mapping solutions. We deploy a process of geometrically scaling aerial photography to produce a uniform scale for use of measuring true distances. A series of aerial photographs are merged together to create an image known as an ortho-mosaic. These mosaics can have a high level of detail with high pixel resolution covering small properties, as well as vast lands. CNA uses this technology to provide accurate imagery for design purposes and to streamline the process of preparing maps and studies.