LiDAR Surveys

Using a triple return laser scanner, terrain is measured at a rate of over 720 000 times a second to produce a very dense pointcloud. The density of the pointcloud as well as small beam divergence allows laser pulses to penetrate small gaps in the vegetation cover to eventually target and measure ground levels. This allows us to "see" inside vegetation cover and be able to accurately contour a bare earth terrain model after classification. 

Our LiDAR units are capable of being deployed on a short range multirotor for very dense pointcloud mapping or on our large long range VTOL platforms for surveys of 100s of km²