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G-Squared performs aerial photography, airborne and ground GPS survey, digital orthophotography, topographic mapping, image processing, and Geographic Information System (GIS) solutions for clients throughout the United States. Clients include engineering firms, counties, municipalities, airports, utilities, universities, and the Tennessee Department of Transportation. G-Squared was founded in Huntsville, AL in 1999, and is an Alabama Limited Liability, and is in its 18th year of operation.

G-Squared provides photogammetric mapping services to private and government agencies. As a medium-sized company, we are proud of our reputation for:

  • Personal service
  • Low overhead, low cost
  • Unique solutions

News & Events

  • Upcoming Events List
    • AATA Summer – June 11th – 15th
    • MAPPS July 23rd – 27th
    • AAAO – August 11th – 13th

More information about these upcoming events will be posted soon


G-Squared was proud to attend our 19th AATA event this year. This event is always so dear to us as it’s a great way for us to visit all of our Alabama friends.

Below, you can see some of the photos we took at the AATA 2017 Summer Conference.

Team Member Accomplishments

This month, G-Squared would like to honor one of our esteemed employees, Cathy McPherson. Cathy has been a part of the G-Squared family for a number of years, and in that time she has shown great dedication to her work as well as continuing her education. We would like to recognize her on the accomplishment of earning her LIDAR Certification from the ASPRS (American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing). G-Squared takes much pride in our employees that strive to go above and beyond expectations. We firmly believe that furthering ones education is paramount to success.

Congratulations Cathy!!!

AAAO Memorial Golf Tournament

Alabama Association of Assessing Officials


G-Squared and Diversified Companies will host a memorial golf torment at this year’s AAAO conference in honor of three past presidents. The presidents being honored are Steve Hager (1984-1985), Ken Heath (2008-2009), and Kevin Jernigan (2009-2010). This torment will be a great way to commemorate not just their dedication to the association, but also their avid love for golf.


Time and Place?


Tee time is 1:00pm on August 8th at the Refuge Golf Club, County Road 2, Gulf Shores, Alabama. Lunch will be served at 12:00pm at the course for those who wish to arrive early.

 Alabama Association of Tax Administrators Summer Conference

Don Armstrong, revenue commissioner of Shelby County, giving a speech and bringing his last term as the AATA President to a close.

Don Armstrong
golf AATA

AATA Solomon Tisdale Memorial Golf Tournament

Each year at the AATA conference, G-Squared hosts the Solomon Tisdale Memorial Golf Tournament. This has been a standing tradition at the AATA for a number of years now.

The New Booth

The unveiling of the new booth was a huge success. This particular booth was geared more towards the golfers. We developed our new booth panels using our most recent 3 inch resolution imagery of Shelby County. The Golf course featured is the Robert Trent Jones Ross Bridge course. We even added some photos of a few holes and some interesting facts about each one.

gsq booth 1
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TNGIC April 26-27

G-Squared was glad to attend the 2017 TNGIC conference in Knoxville, Tennessee. The conference had an exceptional turnout in attendance, great keynote speakers, and an all-around friendly crowd. With a good mixture of students, GIS professionals and vendors you just can’t find a better place to learn more about maps!

Here is a picture taken at the corn hole tournament. This has been a TNGIC tradition for a few years now.

tngic FINAL
2017 mapps FINAL

Overview of the 2017 MAPPS and NSPS Federal Programs Conference

G-Squared is a part of a lobbying group known as MAPPS. Every year this group will hold one of its conferences in Washington D.C. to propose changes to members of congress. Sadly, the geospatial community often goes un-noticed in many facets of society. This group has changed this by giving our industry more of a presence on the Hill. The main points we touched on this year were; Private Sector Utilization, FEMA, NFIP & Flood Map Reform, and The Role of Geospatial Data in Building America’s Infrastructure. These key points are explained further below.

  • Private Sector Utilization – The geospatial community is an industry in which the federal government can use for a wide range of purposes. With the rapid growth of technology, that range is becoming wider every day. One of the reasons MAPPS and the NSPS was in Washington was to show support and promote The Freedom From Government Competition Act (FFGCA). This act was proposed by Representative John Duncan (TN) and Senator John Thune.
  • FEMA, NFIP & Flood Map ReformThis point was to show the importance of the 3DEP program. The NFIP is $24 Billion dollars in debt. The average age of elevation data from the USGS is on average 35 years. With more accurate elevation data, flood insurance premiums will inevitably drop due to having current data to work off of.
  • The Role of Geospatial Data in Building America’s Infrastructure – The surveying and geospatial industry has played a key role in infrastructure. MAPPS was there to make congress aware of how important an infrastructure bill would be to the growth of America.

G-Squared produces high quality maps while keeping our clients informed. We take the necessary steps to stay current with changes in the industry and always have a desire to know more. If you have any questions regarding the content of this site, give me a call or send an email to zgalyen@gsqmap.com