We use modern geospatial technologies that have revolutionised spatial surveying.
This enables our clients to:
- make faster decisions, and
- achieve significant savings.
As projects become more ambitious, we design new techniques using the latest technology to ensure client specifications are met.
3D mapping and visualisation:
This includes mapping in 3D ranging from the interior of buildings to the Earth’s terrain, and the generation of fly-throughs for land use planning and management.
Geospatial positioning technology: We use modern satellite, aerial and land-based positioning technology to provide mapping services for tender and construction phases on our civil, transport, mining and marine projects.
UAV aerial mapping:
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) mapping allows site survey crews to safely and accurately capture data, up close and in real-time, away from and without disruption to the construction process. We use UAV technology together with GPS base stations to deliver a cost effective solution for periodic volume calculations, design and mapping. Using drone technology, UAV captures data faster, while at the same time reducing risk of harm to people on the ground working with heavy plant.
Automated deformation monitoring:
Safeguarding operating railways from damage by construction works is a major requirement on major engineering projects. Using GeoMos automated monitoring software, we can inform construction teams of any potential effects of construction works on rail assets, allowing different levels of serviceability, limited movement and response actions to be carried out to mitigate risk. The monitoring system allows continuous and automatic monitoring of deformation with accurate results delivered in real time (24 hours, 7 days a week).