With Covid19 shutting down the worlds economies there has never been a better time to adopt reality capture and create digital twins of your assets and infrastructure. With accurate and detailed digital twins all the stakeholders of a project can visit a site virtually on their computer and inspect, measure and design without having to leave their office (or home during lockdown).
Whether your requirement is for a 3D model to 50 microns accuracy of an engineering part or the mapping of all the inner city streets in your town accurate to 30mm SURVEY SOLUTIONS has a solution available.
Mobile mapping is a solution ideally suited for quickly mapping large areas indoors or outdoors in a matter of hours (not days or weeks like other solutions). Mobile mapping comes in many forms today and includes handheld, backpack mounted, vehicle mounted, boat mounted or UAV/Drone mounted and SURVEY SOLUTIONS has all options available. Have a look at the following videos of datasets:
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The director of SURVEY SOLUTIONS has over 20 years of 3D scanning & reality capture experience worldwide, 4 years in Asia, 6 years in United Kingdom and 10 years in New Zealand, on a range of projects including oil/gas, power/process, roading, tunnels, archaeology, construction sites, railway, historical buildings and crime scene. During this time we have used extensively many models of 3D scanners including MENSI S10, MENSI S25, Trimble GS100 and TX5, FARO Photon, Focus 3D, M70 & X330, ARTEC EVA, SPIDER & LEO, GEOMAGIC CAPTURE, GEOSLAM ZEB1, ZEB REVO, ZEB REVO RT, ZEB HORIZON and ZEB DISCOVERY.
No site is too big or too small, we travel all over New Zealand, using the following 3D scanners at very competitive rates to provide the most cost effective and timely solutions:
Some of the many projects completed in New Zealand include:
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The following are 3D flythru movies of raw 3D pointclouds that we have measured on a few of the many local projects in New Zealand: