If you need help in planning and conducting a ground based 3D-laserscanning project you have come to the right place. Our team has extensive experience in the technology. How does a typical laser scanning project proceed?
A 3D-laserscanner is like a 360-degree camera which is stationed in direct view of what needs to be scanned. The vicinity and quantity of station positions will be carefully calculated by GeoDeal and will result in a time plan for field work. Other factors which are taken into account are the customers wishes regarding point resolution, photorealistic presentation and geospatial positioning
• Data collection
GeoDeal conducts field work. Temporary reference points will be scattered around the object of interest, the laser scanner will be stationed, and scanning will commence at the hands of one of our professional operators.
• Point Cloud Registration
Point clouds which have been generated in each stations position will be bound together using the registration software. The registered point cloud will be checked for quality by Geodeal and exported to the desired format.
What can be done with the pointcloud?
• Geospatial positioning
GeoDeal can position the point cloud in the preferred coordinate system. Reference points from local or national coordinate systems will be obtained by GeoDeal and the necessary geodetic measurements will be made by our surveyors to give the most precise results.
• Extracting relevant data
GeoDeal will help to extract the desired data from the point cloud. Drawings, 3D-models, high and low points on surfaces, fly-through videos, topographic models, sections, measurements, point to model comparisons, and 360-degree panoramic photos with measureable pixels are some examples