3D Mapping

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Point clouds capture, which define the geometry of the element and its position by localising or geo-localising in the environment for which it is necessary to use topographic techniques combined with the technology, which is use for capturing massive data (laser scan and photogrammetry).

Due to the volume of the objects, the capture of data will be done from different angles, so it will be necessary a posterior process of register, homogenisation, scale, rotation and translation to the defined topographic coordinate system.

In the second stage of processing, a solid file on the surface and with a strong texture.

Possibilities of exploitation:

  • Extraction of 2D graphic documentation in the form of sections, elevations, outlines, digital models of rising, orthophotographs.
  • Restyling engineering
  • Virtual museums and galleries

Employed technologies: high precision hotogrammetry, aerial and close-rangephotogrammetry, tactile measurement, HRD survey, virtual reality and additive manufacturing.

Affordable detail level: Submillimetre.