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For tourism and design

Atlastica creates detailed 3D models of landscapes, areas and buildings using laser scanning. By using the latest technology of laser measurement, we can model the real world with 5 mm accuracy with incredible speed when compared to traditional methods of visualising three-dimensional spaces.


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Large and complex targets created with ease

3D-models from interior and exterior

• Virtual landscapes created from real world locations • Highly detailed models for marketing • Accurate and dense point clouds for planning, construction, research and visualisation


Illustrations, concepts and drawings

• Autodesk drawings (DWG, DXF) • High resolution images from real world and data • 360° panoramas for virtual tours


Video tours of the area

• High quality aerial video recorded with a drone • Full HD (or even 4k) video with custom camera paths of accurate 3D-models


Extremely accurate design drawings with laser scanning

• Renovating • Valuation • Diagnosing problems Learn more

Faster, cost-effectively and more accurately with the new technology

Benefits of the method



1. Accurate

Images and data produced with laser scanning is accurate enough to be used as evidence in court. The maximum deviation from real world coordinates is around 0,5 cm, and the laser captures everything it sees, including long blades of leaf and pebbles on the ground.

2. Fast

When compared to traditional methods of surveying and measuring, laser scanning is truly the way of the future. Scanningthe target from a single position takes around one minute and results in millions of points of data.

3. Cost-effective

By using point clouds, extremely accurate drawings and measurements can be produced without ever having to visit the site. With the acquired data you can plan your budget or designs with ease, saving time and money.

How does Atlastica serves your needs?

Tourism and marketing

Vivid and accurate virtual models of the target area for virtual tours.

Clearance and renovating

Get accurate measurements for custom-built features. With laser scanning you can easily plan and design your project for better end results. Learn more

Urban infrastructure and buildings

Scan roadways, bridges, railways and buildings to get an accurate view of the current situation. Laser scanning is a great help for creating new solutions to urban infrastructure problems.

Machine and equipment design for factories and facilities

We provide designers with accurate and dense point clouds to help them solve space management problems inside factories when designing new equipment. By utilising our services your designers know precisely how much room they have to work with.

Land use and design

Use highly detailed surface models of the required land area to create accurate models and visualisations.

Quarrying and mining

Point clouds are excellent for calculating volumes of material piles and tunnels. Learn more

Archeology and preservation of historical locations

Scan a site or target with historical value to preserve it’s measurements for further study. A detailed visual presentation of the scan can also be displayed on websites.

Crime or accident scene investigation

Scenes of traffic accidents can be laser scanned to give investigators a 3D view of the scene after it has been cleared. Both law enforcement and insurance companies benefit greatly from high precision point cloud data when determining the causes or estimating the costs of the accident.

What exactly is laser scanning?

Laser scanning is a method of capturing positional data of objects in the view of the scanner. It uses a laser pulse to detect surfaces and receives information of their nature when the pulse bounces back. The scanner fires millions of pulses per second and determines the distances to collisions. Other data can be derived from the echoes as well, such as reflectance and the amplitude of the echo.

The scanner processes these collision points and records each one. Several scanning positions’ data can then be combined to form a single 3D picture of the target view.

The resulting point clouds are usually cleaned of unnecessary data such as people and vehicles, depending on the requirements of the client.

The laser used in this process is weak enough to be completely harmless to living creatures and sensitive materials. This is made possible by the sensitivity of the scanner’s optics.

Atlastica records the real world in digital form

Creating detailed and accurate 3D models of areas, buildings or objects with traditional methods is time-consuming and expensive. Atlastica, however, does not use traditional measures for a task that requires something else. We utilise highly advanced laser scanning equipment with which almost any target can be turned into a 3D model. Laser scanning has revolutionised forestry and building industries. Now Atlastica is using this technology to help you digitalise the real world.


Jukka Ylitalo


+358 40 501 4024


Jani Juujärvi

Project Manager

+358 40 501 4653


Miika Puljujärvi

Design Engineer

+358 40 501 4634



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