DTM/DEM for slope analysis, urban analysis, mapping volumes, water flow analysis, non-intrusive surveying.
Hydro Enforced DEMs and Hydro Flattened DEMs for overland water flow, sheet flooding and pooling analysis.
Individual tree count identification, canopy coverages, stratification and height models as well as carbon storage estimates for development planning and sustainability target monitoring, Local Environmental Plans and Emergency Response/ Bushfire Analysis
Building footprints and feature identification for baselining asset locations, asset monitoring, maintenance, asset optimisation and Smart City Planning. Locate, view and optimise your assets such as bridges, culverts, drainage pits, retaining walls, concrete channels, roads and urban trees.
Imagery, coloured point clouds and classified LiDAR viewable online with our 3D portal for safe desktop surveys and simple, engaging community consultation. Extracted features, derived products and GIS Layers exported for use in local GIS system.
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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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LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) is an active remote sensing method, where a sensor emits and captures short wavelengths of light to measure objects in high resolution.Urban areas are complex environments, and the ability of LiDAR to measure in three dimensions makes it more accurate in measuring the proportion and spatial distribution of tree canopies across these areas. LIDAR data sets are not limited to the tree canopy and vegetation of urban areas but can also provide high accuracy models for building footprints, digital terrain, and flood modelling.
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.