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.

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