Our Survey team recently traveled to central Texas to perform a topographic survey on a 240-acre facility. Through utilization of advanced Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), we were able to collect data on the expansive project within days.
We began the project by establishing control and setting ground control points for the aerial flight. Our field crews then collected approximately 30-percent coverage to ground truth all flight data. Once these two data sets were processed and combined, Digital Surface Models and Digital Terrain Models were created for delivery to the design team. By using Orthomosaic Photogrammetry, we provided our clients with accurate representations of the surface area.
3D Laser Ground Surface Scanning was also performed at locations identified by the client. These areas were processed and delivered in both 3D Point Cloud and LFM formats for the design team. This project was performed in the field, and all of the data was delivered within a quick
Our expertise in these technologies gave the client overlapping data that can be used in a variety of softwares for project design and planning.
Contact Jeremy D. Russell, RPLS, Vice President for more information.