RTR survey is currently using Trimble laser scanners to perform interior and exterior 3d laser scans for our clients. Our survey projects, whether terrestrial survey, LiDAR, laser scans or a mix of all three, are always delivered in a state plane coordinate system. Working in known coordinate systems facilitates ease of transfer of data to other engineers or companies and aids in project efficiency and error reduction by removing the need to translate and rotate large data sets.
Two recent projects highlight our versatility and flexibility. In this video example we flew an entire facility with a LiDAR drone, then returned to perform interior laser scanning. We then combined the two datasets into one interactive 3D environment in a cloud-based platform using AWS. The result is an evolving 3d model of a facility including interior scans. Our client is able to create profiles, measure distances, areas, and heights on any web connected device with no additional software:
In another example we used a laser scanner to create a 3d model of a retaining wall. The goal of the project was to calculate the 3d surface area of the wall after it had been sprayed with shotcrete for stability:
Whatever the project we have the right tools, know how and experience to get it done correctly and efficiently.