Spatial data capture, intepretation and presentation for the built and natural environment including geomatics, mapping, utility detection, LiDAR and more.
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To minimise the impact on airport’s operations and fast-track the work, our spatial surveyors ran laser scanners onsite for 24 hours a day over two days. We also undertook staged processing of the point cloud data to compress project timelines.
To assist with ongoing monitoring for maintenance and future planning, an accurate spatial record of the airport’s runway 14 was needed.
With site access restricted to six hours per day during non-operational hours, our team opted to use terrestrial laser scanning over traditional survey methods to survey all hardstand features of the runway. Using this method resulted in a time saving of approximately 30 hours, reducing the overall survey project cost by 35%.
Using innovative surveying technologies, we can help you better understand your built and natural environments with smart spatial information you can rely on.
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