Our built heritage is the greatest wealth we have meaning conservation and restoration are very important. There are many jobs undertaken today aimed at these types of structures and/or buildings, mainly in archaeology and architecture.
Depending on our customers’ needs, we offer a large number of solutions from high-precision detailed surveys to the identification of existing pathologies.
Heritage elements are generally delicate and protected, meaning the technologies we use are non-invasive so no direct contact with the element is required in order to ensure its full integrity.
The technology selected can vary depending on the type of heritage element, ranging from the use of Mobile Mapping or drones for large surface areas to terrestrial laser scanning for smaller areas where more detail is needed.
Mobile Mapping is the ideal technology for data acquisition over large surface areas. Whenever there are areas where this technology cannot be used, either because the roads are pedestrian only or too narrow, this technology is implemented alongside traditional technologies such as total station or GPS, as well as faster and more modern ones like terrestrial laser scanning and survey pack.
Laser scanning is used to obtain great precision. We obtain cloud points and 3D meshes with real colour as the equipment we use has a built-in RGB sensor.
Survey pack makes it possible to obtain cloud points indoors and in narrow areas; it’s the best solution for linear paths needing less precision.
Drones or unmanned aerial vehicles. Whenever the elements subject of study are in areas where the law allows inspection flights, this is the best solution for obtaining Digital Terrain Models and/or rooftops or high-altitude areas as no other equipment can get there to record the data.
Raised view and floor view orthophotos
Interior room volume calculations
Sections and profiles