Terrestrial Laser Scanner

By cv.fokus jadi berkah October 24, 2017

Terrestrial Laser Scanner Training for Survey Applications

Definition of Terrestrial Laser Scanner

As the name implies, this instrument utilizes laser technology for survey data acquisition. Where the data generated generally in the form of points (point cloud) which is also the coordinates of the object or the environment around in real. The data from the laser scanner is then displayed in 3 dimensional form which of course will be very useful for engineering engineering interests in various aspects.

Measurements using Terrestrial Laser Scanner instruments also include terrestris survey classifications. Why? as it returns to the terrestrial sense itself, the object of its survey observations remains on the surface of the earth with the use of its instruments on the surface of the earth, not the plane nor the satellite.

Deformation is an important thing to be considered in all aspects of engineering construction. Observation of deformation is done periodically in a certain period so that it can know the amount. The dam is one of the engineering constructions that the deformation must observe. Current developments The fastest deformation measurement is using the TLS survey tool.

Terrestrial Laser Scanner (TLS) is one of the method of positioning using scanning technology by placing the survey instrument on the surface of the earth. This TLS method can generate millions of points (in certain coordinate systems) in a relatively short time and high accuracy (millimeter order). TLS Measurement Results are cloud point / point clouds that have 3D coordinates. Variations of the TLS range include short range (less than 50m), medium range (50m-350m) and long range (350m-6KM).

The current TLS method is widely developed for various applications, including for landslide monitoring and volcanic activity, urban modeling, mining (design, monitoring, volume), civil, architectural, historical building site documentation and 3D Mapping

TLS is also often referred to as High Definition Surveying (HDS) which is a revolution in the process of mapping survey today. TSL can make measurements on the shape and dimensions of objects much faster than conventional methods.

The advantages of TLS compared to conventional survey methods are:

1. Faster results.
2. The quality of the results is significantly better due to the high spatial resolution.
3. Reduce the existence of ambiguity and result / data more complete.
4. Very high level of detail / detail.
5. A more secure way of obtaining data because it uses the principle of remote sensing (without touching the object)
6. The data acquisition process is relatively unobtrusive to routine industrial processes
7. The result is a cloud / set of points that can be used and reviewed by others so that there is more efficient project management

We are ready to assist the surveyors who are involved in the mining industry of mineral, oil and gas. We are committed to improving the quality and capability of professional human resources and moving towards success with you.

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