LiDAR is a remote sensing technology that measures distance by illuminating a target with a laser and analyzing reflected light. Today, civil engineers and architects can substitute traditional study methods for a laser scanner to ensure more complete data, reducing project life and costs. The Laser Scanner is an efficient tool with faster and more accurate 3D information of the current condition of buildings and all kinds of places. Laser scanning is a 3D utilizing laser technology to generate detailed 3D environments and complex geometries.
It requires less time to complete the review process, reducing project duration and cost. The laser scanner has high accuracy and can record almost one million measurement points per second to generate a high 3D image. precision.
Computerized data can be processed directly for different purposes: analysis, visualization, modeling and construction of traditional CAD software such as Autocad (Civil, Revit Architecture), MicroStation, among others. High potential for multiple use of 3D image data, which can be considered in cost analysis. No need to choose specific measurement points and no more repeat measurements on site due to lack of data.
Reliability to millimeter in data collection.
Equity with variable range.
Increased safety for on-site technicians.
GPS connected to equipment providing real-time coordinates.