Aerial mapping and drone LiDAR surveys map large area while obtaining accurate data. Offering the same results as topographical surveys, only with faster turnaround time, aerial and LiDAR are suitable to assist in exploration, flood studies and general project planning.
Safe and unobtrusive, the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) technology is also an effective alternative for mapping inaccessible, hazardous or culturally sensitive terrain.
The LiDAR aerial mapping technique uses laser light beams and onboard sensors to reflect pulses as images on receivers that generate georeferenced points, which are then processed and used to generate 3D models of terrain, buildings, vegetation and any other assets.
This low level, high accuracy, high resolution imagery is suitable for engineering design, volumetric computations and obtaining orthometric imagery across such industries as construction, mining, agriculture and transportation. They provide dense, precise data and work both day and night, offering a cost-effective mapping solution or aerial inspection.