What is laser scanning?
3D laser scanning is a digital technology
Laser scanning (also known as lidar) is a digital technology, which creates a point cloud from a physical object. This point cloud contains extremely precise data in 3D form. It is completely safe method, because the laser is low-powered.
Faster, cheaper and more accurate
Scanning matches the actual object from every angle with 5mm resolution, in true colors.
With rare exceptions, the measurement work can be done in one day.
Accurate images allow for better quotations as well as the avoidance of unpleasant surprises in the project.
Even large objects are captured accurately
Scanner 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.
Two million observations per second
The scanner processes the collision points and records each one. Several scanning positions’ data can then be combined to form a single 3D picture of the target view.
Laser scanning makes it possible to turn almost any subject or area into a digital 3D model faster and more cost-effectively than with traditional methods. We use the most advanced tech in the field made by Riegl.
By utilising advanced UAV photogrammetry we can survey large areas quickly. The data is combined into a 3D model from which several different materials can be refined, including surface models, volume calculations, height contours, point clouds and orthomosaics.