LiDAR is an effective technology in capturing survey grade measurements and detailed configurations of assets.
LiDAR can reach inaccessible areas and obtain detailed information on intricate geometric shapes.It has the ability to collect large amounts of surface data quickly.
LiDAR has been used to collect geometric measurements and produce three-dimensional models of highway and other infrastructure, which can then be compared to original design plans and used for future reference, as as-built models.
LiDAR has the ability to provide accurate data of volumetric displacement of rock faces.For preconstruction design and project estimation.
LiDAR has been used forits accuracy, precision, and relative quickness for data collection.Lidar can provide accurate details for all the stages of infrastructure lifecycle through planning to maintenance.
LiDAR can be used to document rock geometry for monitoring purposes; by scanning a tunnel section at intervals over a period of time, tunnel deformation can be tracked and quantitatively compared.Likewise slope stability along the roads can also be assessed through the 3D lidar point cloud.