Mobile mapping is the process of collecting geospatial data from a moving vehicle usually equipped with a series of photography, radar, laser, lidar or a number of remote sensing systems.
Such a system consists of an integrated arrangement of navigation sensors synchronized with the time and imaging sensors installed on the vehicle.
The main outputs generated from the system include GIS data, digital maps, and georeferenced images and videos.
- Local government: asset inventory and management, city models
- Mining: construction, monitoring
- Oil and Gas: site monitoring, asset tracking, change detection
- Utilities: electrical, pipelines
- Large scale mapping
- Roads: condition surveys, visualization, maintenance
- Versatile system offers significant operational flexibility
- Outstanding performance and value with low cost of ownership
- Optimizes staff utilization and lowers skill requirements
- Reduces project timescales through fast deployment, data capture, and analysis
- Highly efficient, proven analysis workflows
- Enhances operational capabilities and expands market opportunities
- Rapidly collect enormous amounts of highly accurate, geo-referenced spatial data and transform it into information-rich 3D models
- Plan, design, build and maintain modern infrastructure while maximizing safety and effectiveness
- Process terabytes of terrestrial imagery and point clouds for entire cities, highway networks, rail systems and utility corridors collected at highway or railway speeds, often in a single pass
- Bundled premium sensors systems and productivity software facilitate projects that would be too slow and cost-prohibitive to complete using traditional mapping and survey approaches