Terrestrial Laser Scanning


The basic principle of laser scanning is the emitting of a laser beam and recording the reflection. Terrestrial laser scanners enable the capture of laser range data at a rate of millions of individual X, Y, Z points plus a measure of the reflectance of the scanned object in minutes. From the reflectance component, spectral information of the scanned surface can be obtained as well. Due to its high spatial resolution and fast data capturing possibilities 3D terrestrial laser scanning technique is increasingly used in many engineering applications in civil engineering constructions; (buildings, bridges, hospitals, airports power plants etc) reverse engineering, highly detailed topographic surveying, volume estimation, 3D Mapping of objects and so on. GeoSignum offers data processing services with deep technical knowledge in 3D laser scanning, from data filtering (noise and error reduction) to 3D visualization, data modeling, complex 3D analyses and more.
















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