Collecting bathymetric data on the river bottom and bridge substructure with multibeam sonar as well as capturing above- and below-waterline mobile mapping data with the Leica Pegasus: Two mobile sensor platform in Idaho, USA.
3D mobile mapping is changing the way reality is captured, visualised and analysed. The project areas that in the past would have taken weeks to digitise are now completed in a few hours within a working shift.
In an earlier blog post: Getting started with 3D Mobile Mapping: Five FAQ - Part 1 we answered some of the questions we are most often asked. Here we continue by answering some more technical questions you may have, to help you choose the best mobile mapping technology.
Bård Hauan Andersen has been operating reality capture technology at Norway-based Scan Survey since 2017, carrying out projects for surveying, mapping, geographic information system (GIS) and 360-street images in Europe.
BBC One, in collaboration with Scan Lab Projects, used Leica Geosystems’ Mobile Reality Capture technology to unveil layers of history and discover how the hidden treasures in Naples, Venice and Florence played their part in making Italy a powerhouse of the western world.