3D laser mapping specialists join forces

3D Laser Mapping is already working with Terrasolid in supporting new and existing clients across the UK and its appointment as Australian partner follows 3D Laser Mapping?s recent expansion in the region.

?3D Laser Mapping have proved to be a knowledgeable and professional partner in the UK, providing sales and frontline support for our growing international user base,? said Mika Salolahti, business development manager for Terrasolid.

?By opening a new office in Perth, Western Australia, 3D Laser Mapping has demonstrated a commitment to the region and we are proud to appointment them as our distributors.?

?Terrasolid software solutions are a natural addition to our laser scanning product portfolio and we are delighted to be able to support their continued global expansion,? said Ian Bramwell, 3D Laser Mapping?s general manager.

?We have already organised a highly successful Terrasolid user conference and hope to follow this up with additional events and training opportunities.?

Terrasolid develops software for processing airborne and mobile LiDAR data and images. Its software can be used for applications in the quarry industry and in similar applications to those in the mining industry – for mobile mapping.

?We use it to classify the pointcloud, remove anomalous points, match drive passes to each other, match the data to control points, create surface models, determine stockpile volumes and colour the pointcloud from imagery,? Charlie Whyman of 3D Laser Mapping explained.

The Terrasolid applications provide tools for surveyors, civil engineers, designers, planners, or anyone that needs to process and utilise 3D LiDAR data. Terrasolid products include a complete range of solutions for data calibration, point classification, image processing and delivery product production, all in a single software environment.

3D Laser Mapping is a global developer of laser scanning solutions for sectors such as mapping, mining and manufacturing and specialises in integrating laser scanning hardware with its own software and peripherals to create solutions.

Source: 3D Laser Mapping

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