We serve our clients’ digital three-dimensional models from the real world object or environmental data obtained from our in house 3D Laser Scanner.
500 KMFinal Location Survey of New BG Line
1000 KmFeasibility Study of NH Standard Roads
39 LocationsSlope Stability Analysis
58+ LocationsExisting Bridge condition and DTM preparation
5+ ProjectsUrban Development Projects
BPC offers a laser scanning solution for challenging topographic surveys to collect high-precision and high-accuracy data over large spatial extents.
3D laser scanning can be used efficiently for scanning proposed roads in hilly terrains which are normally inaccessible and can’t be surveyed with a total station due to high vegetation. As per project demand, we use 3D Laser scanner for constructing a digital three-dimensional model to provide the shape of 3D objects. Laser scanner use may be either active or passive scanners. Active scanners emit light, ultrasound or X-ray and detect its reflection or radiation while passive scanners detect reflected ambient radiation. Beside creating 3D modeling, the Laser scanner is also capable of topographic scanning, non- destructive testing of structures, and creating point cloud data of geometric surface.
LiDAR is an active optical remote sensing system emitting laser pulses, which are partially reflected by the ground. The distance between the sensor and the ground surface is measured by multiplying the velocity of the laser with the time elapsed between sending and receiving the laser pulse. LiDAR systems have the unique capability of measuring the three-dimensional structure of the Earth surface in great spatial detail. LiDAR mapping or '3D laser scanning' is basically a technology to make high-resolution maps, with applications in geodesy/geomatics, with terrestrial, airborne & mobile mapping methods.
Railway Engineering 3D modeling of tunnels, viaducts, bridges
Highway EngineeringRoadwork and highway surveys
Urban DevelopmentConfined spaces, Galeries
Hydro/Irrigation EngineeringPenstock pipe, water intake structures, Dam
Slope MonitoringDikes , high cuts contouring and monitoring
Laser scanning (LiDAR) makes areas more visible for accurate planning
The 3D laser scanning measurement technique enables the acquisition of comprehensive, dense, accurate XYZ point clouds, which can be georeferenced in any local or absolute reference system.
- Railroad corridor mapping
- Highway corridor mapping
- Pipeline corridor mapping
- Power transmission line corridor mapping
- Open-pit mine monitoring
- Landfill monitoring
- Floodplain mapping
- Airport obstruction mapping
- Refinery and chemical plant mapping
- Accident and crime scene mapping
- Hazardous waste site mapping
- As-built construction mapping
- Vegetation and canopy analysis
Bridge and Flyover