The main objective of this thesis is to determine whether the TerraHawk Aerial Imaging System can be adapted for the delivery of mapping data. With proper planning and deployment, it is expected that the level of accuracy will support medium-to-low accuracy mapping requirements. This will translate into the adaptation of the system for aerial data collection that supports many applications at far less a cost than conventional methods. It will greatly aide in the easy acquisition of data for emergency response. Four sites within the study area are tested with accuracy assessment based on the National Standard for Spatial Data Accuracy (NSSDA). Results obtained show that the system can be adapted for low to moderate accuracy data for mapping.