LiDAR Surveying in Latin America and Florida
ACI has advanced measuring equipment for LiDAR Surveying and Photogrammetry that includes airborne LiDAR, airborne LiDAR unmanned (drones), Mobile LiDAR, aerial photogrammetry, and echo sounder technology.
Selecting which 3-D scanning technology to use for a particular project can be challenging. ACI compares technologies to select the option that will quickly capture the necessary surveying data at the lowest cost to the client.
Terrestrial LiDAR provides a higher point density and accuracy in comparison with any other 3-D scan technology. However, time requirements and limited access to project sites can complicate the collection of terrestrial LiDAR information. By using airborne LiDAR, surveying data on all types of terrain, whether flat, wavy, or mountainous with or without vegetation, can be acquired.
Mapping generated through aerial photogrammetry in Florida and Latin America also provides a cost-effective method of establishing an accurate digital base for tasks such as urban planning, terrain analysis, and forest management.
ACI uses bathymetric information from echo sounder technology to obtain surveying data near coastlines, in harbors, and near shores and banks, as well as to locate objects on the ocean floor.
LiDAR Sensors and Airborne Cameras
ACI offers 3-D scanning technology for many applications. LiDAR and photogrammetry applications include, but are not limited to:
- Generation of Digital Terrain Models
- Survey Assessments
- Design and Maintenance of Roads and Transportation Infrastructure
- Geographic Information Systems
- Environmental Studies
- Design and Monitoring of Dams
- Urban and Rural Land Registration Systems
- Power Transmission Lines
- Hydrologic Studies
- Design and Maintenance of Airports
- Agricultural and Forestry Studies
- Exploration and Mining
- Design and Maintenance of Urban Infrastructure
The NavVis mobile LiDAR Scanning Trolley
Captures 20-30x more square footage in a day compared
to tripod based scanners.
Scan for CAD/BIM – Construction & Facilities Management – Indoor Navigation