Terrestrial Laser Scanning (TLS)
Terrestrial scanning uses a ground-based or tripod-mounted light radar (commonly referred to as LIDAR) to create high resolution 3D images of surfaces and objects. LiDAR measures a scanned object by emitting laser pulses and recording the subsequent intensity of their return when reflected off it. Scanning can be performed over kilometres with sub-centimetre precision. Terrestrial scanning is commonly used for heritage documentation, 3D topographical surveys, accident sites, confined spaces survey and Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP) models.
Veris companies were among the earliest adopters of Terrestrial Laser Scanning technology in Australia. Over the years, we have worked together with hundreds of clients throughout Australia and worldwide to provide outstanding solutions to engineering problems. Our experienced engineers and CAD designers are experts in their field and work in close collaboration with our clients to ensure a timely and successful outcome to every project.
Veris clients utilising TLS encompass:
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