Nowadays, laser scanning finds a key influence in the performance of engineering, construction and industrial enterprises. The main advantage of the technology is the ability to define in detail each object, regardless of its location. The service is extremely useful in the study of deformations on the surface of large objects located indoors. The technology can be used to monitor construction and infrastructure facilities.
Engineering and Surveying
The process of collecting spatial data is time consuming and a small error can carry a huge burden.
3D laser systems can collect millions of points per second, reducing time and human resources to a minimum. They are widely used in hazardous or confined environments, reducing human risk. To solve practical problems in the fields of engineering and geodesy, there is a need to measure and interpret the collected data.
Data from laser systems play a very important role in engineering disciplines, such as:
- Quality control during construction
- Road construction
- Topographic survey
- Volume measurement
- Virtual planning and analysis
- Digitizing infrastructure
- Localize deformation areas
- Deformation monitoring
- Landslides monitoring
- Marine industry
- Architecture and urban planning
- Reverse engineering