LIDAR SURVEYING SERVICE USES:
- Quantification of bulk material inventory volume
- Pits update in the mining industry
- Topography of lots with vegetation
Also known as LIDAR flight, it is the result of mounting a LIDAR sensor on a drone. The LIDAR system is mainly composed of the following components:
A lidar sensor is a device that measures the distance to an object by sending laser pulses and calculating the time it takes for the pulse to return. This principle is known as indirect measurement.
The LIDAR sensor is made up of three main parts:
LiDAR measurement is done by sending a laser pulse from the sensor towards the object. The time it takes for the pulse to return is measured and used to calculate the distance to the object.
Depending on the model, the LIDAR sensor can measure objects in a range of 0.5 to 100 meters or more. LIDAR sensors are highly accurate and can measure things with an accuracy of up to 2 cm.
The point cloud is a set of three-dimensional points that represent the terrain. Each point in the point cloud has an X, Y, and Z coordinate value. The density of the point cloud depends on the size of the area and the accuracy needed.
The point cloud is used to create digital models of a surface, calculate slopes and volumes, and visualize the terrain in 3D.
All kinds of objects of interest, including buildings, bushes, poles, cables, points on a surface, and other constructions, can be accurately and automatically extracted from point clouds.
In summary, our main objective of obtaining a point cloud is to facilitate work in our sectors and to obtain fast products, reduce costs, reduce project development times, and obtain better quality results and information with the point cloud.
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