FAQ

Can I trial RoadViewer before paying?

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Sure! You can test out RoadViewer on our free plan where you can experiment with demo data sets. Your freemium projects will have a feature limit, but you can purchase a data plan on a per-project basis to unlock up to 1000+ features and additional custom solutions.

What is LiDAR?

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LIDAR (LightDetection and Ranging) is an active remote sensing method, where a sensor emitsand captures short wavelengths of light to measure objects in high resolution.Urban areas are complex environments, and the ability of LiDAR to measure inthree dimensions makes it more accurate in measuring the proportion and spatialdistribution of tree canopies across these areas. LIDAR data sets are notlimited to the tree canopy and vegetation of urban areas but can also providehigh accuracy models for building footprints, digital terrain, and floodmodelling.

What is Terrain Modelling?

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Pro accounts can add their own logo to Client Billing forms and the Editor. Pro accounts can also remove references to Webflow in the source code and form submission emails, and hide the Webflow badge from their staging sites.

What can I do with RoadViewer?

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Anditi’s 3D Web Portal allows your LiDAR dataset and imagery to be accessed from any location with an internet connection, democratising data and allowing customers the ability to provide different access levels across internal and external stakeholders. Our intuitive and easy to use portal has been designed to import/export multiple file types, enable measurements and annotations, and work seamlessly with other geospatial software, providing a powerful and user-friendly tool for accessing and viewing spatial data.  The cloud-based nature of the portal means it is scalable for any data size or number of users with no need to download software or impact internal systems.

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What is a DEM/DTM?

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LiDAR delivers a massive point cloud with elevation values. But height can come from the top of buildings, tree canopy, powerlines, and other features. A DSM captures the natural and built features on the Earth’s surface.
A DSM is useful in 3D modeling for telecommunications, urban planning and aviation. Because objects extrude from the Earth, this is particularly useful in these examples:Digital Surface Model (DSM) – Extruding features are tree canopy

RUNWAY APPROACH ZONE ENCROACHMENT: In aviation, DSMs can determine runway obstructions in the approach zone.
VEGETATION MANAGEMENT: Along a transmission line, DSMs can see where and how much vegetation is encroaching.
VIEW OBSTRUCTION: Urban planners use DSM to check how a proposed building would affect the viewshed of residents and businesses.

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How do I get a LIDAR data set?

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You can provide us with your own data, (depending on the quality) or we will acquire the required data for your project through our industry leading capture partners, then analyse, assess and quality check the data and extract valuable tailored solutions for your needs.

Still have questions? Check the help center or email us at Support@Example.com