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Survey & Mapping

The market’s broadest portfolio of laser scanning services

We offer a complete process based on client needs to meet the requirements laid down in each individual instance. We combine state-of-the-art technology with our own specialist skills.

As one of the pioneers in 3D laser scanning we have built up a rich resource of competence in a number of areas over the past ten years. We can quickly capture and replicate a complete picture of reality in any desired 3D format. The result is a highly detailed and geometrically accurate model. Any kind of surface can be scanned and data is captured in three dimensions as x, y, z coordinates.

We then edit and process the results to produce finished manufacturing documentation or as-built drawings and records, and carry out the necessary analyses. We also produce a database where we store data for our clients’ projects and offer customer-specific solutions for how to use data scanning in the life cycle maintenance of a product, installation, construction or plant. The data can be processed in many different ways to produce a result that is appropriate in each specific instance.

Laser scanning is a technique with a wide range of applications that include the rebuilds of industrial plant, the digitisation of infrastructure projects (rail tracks, tunnels, bridges, traffic intersections), architectural and construction projects, as well as a long list of industrial applications (reverse engineering, design, out-turn samples, etc.).

We offer road and rail scanning, (for example, road tunnels, railways and underground systems), rock scanning (for example, crack mapping and maintenance analysis), aerial and terrestrial scanning for producing topographic models, plant scanning (for example, for plant owners investing in extensions or rebuilds), documentation for FEM calculations, and reverse engineering for the manufacturing industry and for medical applications at the design phase, etc.