Lidar drone surveying has been around for a while, gaining a lot of prominence in the AEC industry.Lidar drone surveys are also known as aerial/airborne laser scanning or lidar mapping and refers to the use of drones to mount Lidar sensors for terrain mapping and modelling.Invented sometime in the early
How accurate is a drone survey? This is perhaps one of the most common question we get from our clients. A construction site is a world unto itself with so many contractors doing different things every minute its hard to keep track of who’s who in the zoo.On a typical day
To an outsider, road construction might look deceptively simple. Surely, it cannot be as complicated as designing a multi-storey building or developing an industrial site or building large infrastructure right? Talk to any civil engineer and you’ll uncover a wide range of technical and practical aspects that impact road construction projects. Like any
Construction is the third largest industry in Australia, comprising over 9% of the total GDP. Given its immense impact on Australian economy, it’s shocking how slow and reluctant construction companies have been in embracing cutting-edge digital technologies. According to a report by the Office of Chief Economist, the construction sector still heavily
Traditionally conducting asset and building inspections of large assets and tall buildings have been time-consuming and dangerous for those responsible for periodic or preventative maintenance inspections as it involves careful safety planning, approvals, permits, heavy equipment and appropriately trained personnel to operate safely when working at heights.