Laser scanning systems have long been used for environmental monitoring and mapping. From flood mapping to carrying out environmental impact assessments, 3D laser scanning provide enhanced intelligence to help make informed decisions.

3D mapping systems have helped to make 3D laser scanning even more accessible for environmental applications. Map on the move in difficult to reach locations such as coastlines, forests and agricultural areas, large scale projects and corridor mapping.

Stus-quo survey, Assessment of environment change and  impact

  • Applications

Assessment of landslide and subsidence.

Assessment of desertification status.

Monitor river water level change trend and flow.

  • Benefits

Providing data, indicators, dimensions, measurements, etc.,  be a standard base for comparing and evaluating the level o of natural environment impact over time

Land administration and resource management

  • Applications

Cadastral mapping

Land use planning

Urban planning

Industrial zone planning

  • Benefits

Status-quo indentification, showing changes of land types.

Planning,  land use planning, residential area, road, water supply and drainage construction planning, civil, Project design.

Serving as a basis for inspection of land  use and disputes

Serving as a basis for land allocation, land registration, land eviction, issuance of land use right certificate, in general and certificates of house ownership and land use rights in urban areas in particular

Environmental planning and management

  • Applications

Planning the waste treatment area.

Calculation of waste volume to be treated and treatment measures

Inspection of waste treatment systems (chimneys, waste pipes …)

Contaminated area determination

  • Benefits

Determination of waste volume.

Visualizing pollution status of a certain area.

Chimney’s height and volume can be determined without the supporting devices (truss, ladder, wire …).

Compliance by enterprise with the  environment regulations check .