Everybody wants to be sure that they didn’t miss a crucial measurement in the field. We wanted to create a system that gives you that confidence. Whether we feared recording the wrong number from a height stick, or accidentally measuring a tree branch with a laser, at the end of the day, we want to be confident that our data will hold-up under the scrutiny of the industry - we want our data to be credible - we want to be credible. When we receive that phone call or e-mail questioning our measurements, that’s when we wished we had a data insurance policy or the ability to teleport back to the field. We want to be able to answer any question, on the spot. PhotoHeight.com was built upon the principle that photo documentation is currently superior to other data collection methods. It is the compromise between only collecting the discrete data you need right now (such as writing down a pole number) and doing a full 3d scan of the pole which provides too much data to filter through to even find the piece you need. Minimally a photograph stores a snapshot of the pole conditions and surroundings and provides the credibility that the data collected is even for the correct pole. Since the height measurement technology is also built into the photograph, the uncertainty of measurements is removed. If you’d like to see how the software works, you can try the beta version. OR you might find it more informative to contact and pick his brain.