Frequently Asked Questions

It is a dense dataset of geospatial data in xyz, in intensity either the return signal and in color, the data acquisition can be done among other things by terrestrial or mobile scanner and by drone. It recreates a building, land or structure very precisely.

It is very useful since in more than ten times less time, we collect millions of measurements of the interior and exterior of the building. The fineness of the point cloud is perhaps very impressive since it makes it possible to recreate elements as fine as attic moldings.

We recreate the building with great precision in 3D whether with Sketchup or Revit and we can transcribe these models into 2D cad plans and elevations.

When the point cloud is georeferenced, it allows us to follow a project over time since all the other georeferenced scans will be placed in the right place.
Drone Airborne Lidar allows us to get millions of topographic points and even under a dense canopy, we are able to cover 25 acres of land in a 15 minute flight which can take around 2 days to complete with traditional surveying. In addition, we can capture all the elements under the canopy such as the structure of trees, public utility structures, park benches, paths and buildings.

We provide ready-to-use data. The designer, architect or urban planner receives a Revit file with the topography ready for the design.