Enabling Laser Aided Geomatics
Aries Geomatics provides comprehensive services in the form of 3D Laser Scanning and its subsequent outputs, such as 3D Modeling from Point Cloud data. We work together with our clients to utilise the potential of 3D Laser Scanning by customising solutions to their own specific need. We believe that no 2 clients are the same, and that is why we take a proactive approach in tailoring every process, making sure that maximum value is created and delivered.
Our knowledge and experience in this field has taken us to complete projects in various industries, including Construction, Oil & Gas, Pharmaceutical, Semiconductor, Facilities Management, Architecture and so on. Our comprehensive and innovative approach in geomatics, coupled with a driven and dynamic team, is our core strength.
What is 3D Laser Scanning?
In this time and age, technology has given us the luxury of looking at things at a perspective that has not been possible before. Increasingly, industries and professionals have found the need for 3D measurements and analysis, which they adopt for the realism and dynamism that 3D is able to bring to the plate. It saves tons of time in the process, taking efficiency and effectiveness to a whole new level.
The collection of such data has to be speedy, precise and accurate, and what better way is there than the utilisation of laser to fulfill the above? Armed with great measurement speed, good precision and the ability to stay compact, 3D Laser Scanners have proven to be the best solution in obtaining such data for purposes such as site modelling, detection of structural changes, documentation of infrastructure, interior design, architecture and many more. These machines are able to capture entire parts of free-form surfaces, document non-uniform features, as well as extend to decent ranges that allows it to capture points of hard-to-reach areas.
Ready to find out some of the possible applications of 3D Laser Scanning in the above applications tab, which spans across various industries and disciplines? Why not start with Building & Construction? This is an industry which arguably harnesses the capabilities of 3D Laser Scanning to one of its fullest extents.