3D2GO uses a high definition scanning technology. As a result, we offer the best quality of lidar scanning services. We offer these to anyone in need especially project managers, engineers, and architects. They will be able to better visualize the 360 conditions of any facility or site.
This means that we understand the building conditions better. As a result, we can make suggestions for better decisions.
We are able to offer our scanning services even off our site. Our scanner is portable and gives us the freedom to expand our offer to almost anywhere in the country.
At 3D2GO, we offer end-to-end services. Worried after the scanning? Don’t bother looking anywhere else because we can cover other services. 3D modelling? 3D printing? 3D scaling? We’ve got it all covered. You can save time contacting others. Instead use that time to work on other projects as we take our next steps with you.
Before using, what are aerial survey sensors exactly?
Basically, an aerial survey is a method of collecting geomatics or other imagery. It is being done by using aerial methods such as:
Typical types of data collected include:
Aerial surveys need a sensor. This is then fixed to the interior or the exterior of the airborne platform. It should have a line-of-sight to the target it is sensing.
Aerial survey systems are typically operated with the following:
Directs the pilot in flying with the desired pattern for the survey.
Combination of GPS and inertial measurement unit (IMU). This provides the position and orientation information for the data.
This counters the effects of aircraft roll, pitch, and yaw.
Well, it stands for Light Detection and Ranging. It is a remote sensing method. The light is being used in the form of a pulsed laser to measure ranges to the Earth. These light pulses then generate 3D information about the shape and surface characteristics. Lidar-generated products to examine both natural and manmade environments.
The data collected support:
Scanners use laser line probes that consist of small laser dots aligned in rows. The laser dots are then projected onto a surface. It is being read by a camera that is already aligned at a small angle to the laser.
Laser scanning does not provide an infinite number of points but rather a very high quantity. The areas between the dots are not captured. It is because the spacing between laser dots represents the resolution of the scan. The closer the spacing, the better the resolution.
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