3D Mobile Mapping

Global Raymac's mobile mapping uses LiDAR technology to create highly detailed and accurate 3D representations of terrain and infrastructure projects in a single survey pass. Mobile 3D scanning and mapping is quickly becoming one of the most important geospatial technologies available and will revolutionize the way large projects are surveyed.

360°

imagery with multi-camera setup

110 km/hour

collect at highway speeds

2.4 million

points per second

Accuracy

survey-grade

Global Raymac is proud to utilize the first Trimble MX9 in Canada. The MX9 is an advanced mobile mapping solution that delivers high-quality 3D LiDAR point cloud data when mapping large and inaccessible areas in a fraction of the time.

Applications

Our mobile mapping solution allows us to quickly and efficiently generate deliverables such as:

 

  • Road and rail assets

  • Elevation models

  • Volumetric analyses

  • 3D city ‘Smart models’

  • As-Built surveys

  • Cross-sections

  • Road condition reports

  • Progress reports

  • Transmission and distribution condition assessment

  • Pavement condition assessment

Technology

Benefits

 

• In comparison to traditional surveying, the MX9 can do a week’s worth of surveys in a single day.

• Rich corridor data can be collected at highway speeds, significantly improving data collection on busy roadways and avoiding costly lane closures.

Safe working conditions inside a vehicle versus surveyors being exposed to risky traffic with dangerous drivers.

No return visits to the site as everything is collected all at once.

Our industry-leading LiDAR mapping technology is characterized by its ability to capture dense point cloud data along with 360° immersive imagery that is georeferenced using an industry-leading spherical camera, GNSS/IMU technology, and dual-head laser scanning sensors. 

• Multi-camera setup for 360° imagery plus 2 adjustable oblique cameras, and a downward-facing pavement camera

• Output can be pushed to any format (cloud-based, AutoCAD, MicroStation, etc.)

• High point cloud density with complementary immersive imagery captures dense point clouds and images—both panoramic and multi-angle.

The result is data of unrivaled accuracy, density, and repeatability.

Sample Data

MX9 sample data - A coloured walkthrough

MX9 sample data - A coloured by intensity walkthrough

Our mobile mapping team can assist you with your project anywhere in North America. Contact us for a solution

Head Office

Global Raymac Surveys Inc.

Suite 312, 4000 4th Street SE
Calgary, Alberta T2G 2W3

 1 (855) 283–5455 (Toll Free) 

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