With the help of 3D laser scanning, we are able to perform precise non-contact measurements of large volumes in a relatively short time. This technology is a step ahead of the current measurement methods in classical topography because characteristic points are not measured, but the object is measured entirely with millimetre accuracy.
The quantitative measurement method is used when measuring large objects with complex geometry. It allows for instant metrological work of objects such as:
- heaps with industrial waste,
- aggregate stores.
The product of the measurements is a point cloud, which perfectly reflects the real object with the smallest details. All points have (X, Y, Z) coordinates. Thanks to GPS sensors, we provide you with the location of the heap in a global system with coordinates, or if you have a need, we will create a local system of scanned places. On the basis of the point cloud obtained during the measurements, a triangle mesh is created, and it is subjected to meticulous computational processes, the result of which is e.g., volume with an accuracy of 0.5%. The process can be extended to cyclical measurements and compared by overlapping the measured solids, showing possible losses or surpluses.
The results are presented in the form of a transparent report where, next to the arithmetic analyses, there are graphical interpretations containing the model of the measured cubature models.