3D Surveying Damage

November 19, 2014 No Comments by 3DBlog

3D mapping and construction of visualization maps and tools have been around for quite some time. Starting from some military technology from the 90’s on, it has slowly trickled down to a less militant level. The Army Corp of Engineers have developed a laser-guided tool attached to an ATV to survey the damages, terrain and data of a beach after Hurricane Arthur. Using the same approach as a drone to survey accurate data and images, this laser tracking device was used at great lengths to map 6 miles of coastal beach damaged and corroded geography. After any magnitude of storm, a device like this can be dispatched with relative ease, crossing all sorts of terrain and doing far more legwork in a much more rapid pace the before. 3DScanner1

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