Geospatial acquisition and data processing system
Terrestrial lasergrammetry is a fast and automatic 3D data acquisition technique. It uses laser light to measure the 3D coordinates of points on surfaces from a static terrestrial position and without direct contact with the object of interest.
The main difference with classical topography is that the object is measured as a whole and not only its characteristic points. The raw data is a cloud of points from which a 3D model is produced after processing.
This technique allows us to achieve a better resolution. It is is mainly used to know about installations’ geometry, their monitoring, their maintenance, as well as their 3D archiving.
It is also used in BIM projects providing architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) professionals with the information and tools needed to plan, design, build and manage buildings and infrastructures more efficiently.
- 3D Mapping
- 3D Modeling
- Volume calculation
- Virtual reality