Building Construction InspectionNorbert Neszly2020-12-14T16:09:31+02:00
Orthophotoplans are composed of a mosaic of geometrically corrected (orthorectified) aerial images. These, like classic maps, have no distortion. Unlike an aerial photograph, an orthophotoplan can be used to measure real distances because it is the exact representation of the earth’s surface.
by making thousands accurate location measurements, which can be represented in different formats (orthomosaic, point cloud, DTM, DSM, contour lines, etc)
by capturing topographic data with industrial drones up to five times faster than with land-based methods and requiring considerably less manpower;
by allowing the mapping of hundreds of hectares that are unreachable, unsafely steep or just harsh and unsuitable for traditional measuring tools
Monitor and track productivity on all large-scale and small-scale construction projects with high quality & detailed aerial views that are captured at specific time intervals.
CONSTRUCTION SITE SURVEYS
Collect comprehensive data for site planning and modeling. Offer cost-effective volume calculations and analysis. Identify challenges and opportunities presented by the terrain to assist every phase of a construction project.
INSPECTIONS & MAPPING
Inspections for buildings, bridges, roadways, railroads, roofs, cell towers, cooling towers, oil and gas infrastructure, solar and wind farms.
Thermal imaging to detect leaks, faulty structures and energy loss in the fraction of the time it would take to manually inspect each aspect of a property.
Accurate, precise and flexible data collection with SLAM based sensors that offer complete LiDAR mapping solutions much more efficiently and with lower costs.
Accurate 2D and 3D aerial maps and topographic surveys – drones capture detailed photos of a large area, allowing you to identify obstacles and take advantage of the geo-spatial data.
State of the art drones using a versatile SLAM based sensor that offers complete mobile LiDAR mapping solutions, equally capable above ground or underground, indoors or outdoors.
by having a broad LiDAR range that varies from 0.40m up to 100m
by offering a Lidar accuracy of +/- 30 mm and a mapping accuracy of +/- 20 mm in general environments, +/- 15 mm in typical underground and indoor environments and +/- 5 mm for close range scanning
by generating full resolution point clouds, decimated point clouds & trajectory (format .las, .laz, .ply, .dxf)
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