LiDAR Collection & Processing

What is LiDAR?

LiDAR Imaging stands for Light Detection and Ranging and it is an incredible technology that allows you to visualize projects like never before. From high above, a LiDAR sensor sends out tens of thousands of light beams a second and measures the time it takes for them to return to the sensor. By post processing the LiDAR data collected by the drone, an incredibly accurate point-map is created. This is then visualized and edited to our clients specifications in a 3-D software. 

Who is using LiDAR?

Engineers, architects, and construction professionals are using LiDAR from conception to completion of construction projects for planning, evaluation, and as-built documentation. 

With the recent technological advances allowing LiDAR data to be collected by the used of drones, it is now possible for any entity to have the data they need. This is all at a fraction of the cost of previous fixed or rotary wing methods. 

LiDAR can also create watershed and topographical maps for city and state organizations looking to verify their existing infrastructure or plan for future expansion. 

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