Mobile LiDAR offers numerous benefits over conventional ground surveys and aerial mapping. This non-invasive survey method can be used day or night, with the effective acquisition of millions of 3-D design points per minute
DGT has added the capability to collect high-resolution imagery from a small, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). This system is safe, efficient and cost-competitive in comparison to traditional fixed-wing -based data collection platforms and terrestrial survey operations. The collected imagery can be efficiently processed to generate digital surface models, topography and imagery data products to integrate into both CAD and GIS systems.
These images can then be transformed into orthomosaics (maps) and 3D elevation models with relative accuracy of down to 3 cm / 5 cm.