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Laser Scanning

3D   laser   scanning   is   an   effective   and   precise   way   of   creating   an   accurate   and   highly   defined   survey.      It   can   be   used   in   conjunction with   traditional   survey   equipment   or   Total   Stations,   although,   it   can   also   be   used   on   hazardous,   inaccessible   or   busy   sites   where traditional methods may not be suitable or obstruct day to day works. Rapid   data   collection   allows   the   job   to   be   completed   efficiently   with   a   fewer   return   visits   to   site   to   verify   data.   The   large   number   of points   per   second   at   a   high   accuracy   allows   the   data   to   be   recorded   with   exceptionally   high   confidence.   The   point   clouds   can   be processed for use as extremely accurate 2D drawings or 3D models for CAD. There is a large variety of jobs that we can undertake using a laser scanner, including; Rights of Light Reports Detailed Elevation Surveys Building Facades Heritage Buildings Artefact Archives Archaeological Sites Bridges, Roads and Quarries Building Information Modelling Volumetric Surveys Monitored Building/Land Surveys As-Built Engineering and Construction Surveys
© Copyright 2016 3D Services (South East) Ltd

Laser Scanning

3D   laser   scanning   is   an   effective   and   precise   way   of   creating an   accurate   and   highly   defined   survey.      It   can   be   used   in conjunction   with   traditional   survey   equipment   or   Total   Stations, although,   it   can   also   be   used   on   hazardous,   inaccessible   or busy   sites   where   traditional   methods   may   not   be   suitable   or obstruct day to day works. Rapid   data   collection   allows   the   job   to   be   completed   efficiently with    a    fewer    return    visits    to    site    to    verify    data.    The    large number   of   points   per   second   at   a   high   accuracy   allows   the data   to   be   recorded   with   exceptionally   high   confidence.   The point   clouds   can   be   processed   for   use   as   extremely   accurate 2D drawings or 3D models for CAD. There   is   a   large   variety   of   jobs   that   we   can   undertake   using   a laser scanner, including; Rights of Light Reports Detailed Elevation Surveys Building Facades Heritage Buildings Artefact Archives Archaeological Sites Bridges, Roads and Quarries Building Information Modelling Volumetric Surveys Monitored Building/Land Surveys As-Built Engineering and Construction Surveys