3D Model As-Builts for CAD, BIM and GIS
LiDAR Laser Scanning
WHAT IS LIDAR? LiDAR is an optical remote sensing technology that can measure the precise distance to, and other properties of a target, by illuminating the target with light. It involves light waves to collect data with survey grade accuracy and provides 3D information for a target area.
FIXED (STATIC) SCANNINGWe use the most advanced 3D scanning hardware and software for projects where it can employ a portable, tripod-mounted scanner. Our systems are portable and can be easily transported to virtually any location in the world.
MOBILE SCANNINGMobile systems capture High Fidelity 3D data of streets, highways, and right-of-way corridors with incredible accuracy. Our mobile scanning systems are portable, weather resistant, can be shipped to any location in the world, and mounted on a variety of vehicles depending upon the target terrain for deployment on a wide range of projects.
The engineering benefits of mobile scanning over traditional survey methods are significant and numerous:
- Survey-grade accuracy
- Identify break lines and cross sections and detailed DEMs or DTMs
- Improves safety by reducing risk in the field by keeping field personnel away from dangerous situations such as busy highways and subways
- Quicker to deploy and less expensive than aerial LiDAR
Integrating LiDAR and GPR
Our MOST UNIQUE AND VALUABLE CAPABILITIES is integrating LiDAR and Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR), mapping them into single geo-referenced High Definition 3D models that link above and below ground assets that are compatible with BIM, CAD and GIS.
MODUS 3D MOBILE AND STATIC LIDAR SCANNING AND GROUND PENETRATING RADAR (GPR) allow you to perform the following applications with unprecedented accuracy, efficiency and effectiveness:
- 3D "as-builts" of real world conditions
- Compatible with BIM, CAD and GIS
- Intelligent 3D objects compatible with revit
- Clash detection for retrofits and remodels
- 3D survey and design
- Geospatial modeling
- Asset management
- Asset security, mapping, and monitoring