Mapping the world


The main advantages of LiDAR are accuracy of measurements, fast data capture, object detection using high automation. It can be used to generate detailed topographic maps and retrieve digital elevation data in for of DTM, DSM or contours.

LiDAR can be used in disaster response as quick mapping and visualization or detecting the faults. The captured data can also be used in the risk assessment of related hazards.

Planning and construction of buildings, roads, earthwork projects, and mining requires information of volumes and masses of soil. Laser scanning is a fast, accurate and cost-effective way to gather geo-referenced 3D information of the shape of the ground. LiDAR data can be acquired by scanning from an airplane or a helicopter or even from an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), or by a static terrestrial scanner standing on a tripod.


Applications


Visualizing the shape and elevation differences of the earth’s surface | Modeling the flow of water or movement of masses (landslides or avalanches) | Engineering and infrastructure design | Geomorphology and physical geography | In archaeology to detect buildings, roads, aqueducts, caves, fences, etc. | Gravimetric measurements | Visualizing the earth’s surface in cartography | 3D mapping and modeling | 3D flight planning and flight simulation | Line-of-sight-analysis | Noise modeling | Signal strength modeling | Precision farming and forestry | Intelligent transportation systems (ITS) and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) | Building Digital Elevation Models and Digital Surface Models or create contours and elevation points

Mapping solutions

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