The use of 3D laser scanning helps you to save a lot of your precious time and money. Surveys done with the help of three-dimensional scanners can collect up to millions of data readings in a remarkably short span of time. This is done without tampering with the accuracy of the figures or with the efficiency of the work process. This, in turn, makes it a very effective technique to survey lands.

3D laser scanning is a type of survey of if high definition. It requires surveyors to collect numerous sets of data of refined spatial quality. We at Datum are very time efficient. All of this work is done in just a fraction of the total time that it would have taken to do in the earlier times.

How to Do 3D Laser Scanning?

It is very important on the client’s part to know what techniques we apply. It is a duty on our part to be transparent about how we work at Datum. Now, speaking of technicality, the scanner that is fitted to the laser device emits laser beams both horizontally and vertically. They rotate by an angle of 360°. The reflections are then recorded which may count to about 100,000 per second at times, owing to the phenomena of internal reflection, mirroring and rotating.

This ensures that our surveyors always collect data of accurate detail and precision. Besides collecting the targeted data during a survey, we also take into our consideration the intensity of the internally reflected light as well as the distance of certain objects from a stagnant point.

We Employ Only the Best Professionals

Our employees at Datum are very skilled surveyors who are adept at using millions of recorded and surveyed points to produce 2D diagrams and 3D models at times ordinary jpeg images, all as requested by our clients. We view the laser scans panoramically and examine them from different perspectives. Datum workers keep it in their minds not to risk the quality of the jpeg images. Hence, those images are not distorted when clients zoom it.

The market for 3D laser scanning is growing at an impressively fast rate. It is of much use in the fields of architecture, engineering, and geomatic surveying. This fact acts as a major booster in the growth rate of this industry in the market.