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Interact with the different examples of our interactive cloud and see classified final deliverables f rom different projects.

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Explore the different deliverables in each of the projects, use the section crossings, and look at the cross-sectional profiles of the terrain.

Agriculture projects

Classified Point Cloud, Digital Terrain Model and 3D Drawing Survey.

System: LiDARit Explorer R

Extension: 75 Acres

Flight Altitude: 50 meters

Project for monitoring the growth of sugarcane crops by batch and design of irrigation and irrigation system.

Contain: Classified Point Cloud, Digital Terrain Model and 3D Drawing Survey.

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Classified Point Cloud and Digital Terrain Model

System: LiDARit One

Extension: 55 Acres

Flight Altitude: 60 meters

Banana crop growth monitoring project by lot.

Contain: Classified Point Cloud and Digital Terrain Model

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Mining projects

Classified Point Cloud, Digital Terrain Model, Contours and 3D Drawing Survey.

System: LiDARit One

Extension: 40 Acres

Flight Altitude: 70 meters

Study of the area to generate a runoff system for environmental preservation in the area.

Contain: Classified Point Cloud, Digital Terrain Model, Contours and 3D Drawing Survey.

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Classified Point Cloud, Digital Terrain Model and Stockpile Measurements

System: LiDARit Explorer R

Extension: 38 Acres

Flight Altitude: 80 meters

Measurement of the volume of stockpiles of material extracted in a copper mine.

Contain: Classified Point Cloud, Digital Terrain Model and Stockpile Measurements

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Cadastre projects

Classified Point Cloud, Digital Terrain Model, Contours and 3D Drawing Survey.

System: LiDARit Eagle

Extension: 163 Acres

Flight Altitude: 110 meters

Study of an urban industrial zone in order to identify each of the elements present for the development of urban plans.

Contain: Classified Point Cloud, Digital Terrain Model, Contours and 3D Drawing Survey.

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Urban cadastre in a residential area to verify compliance with all cadastral standards.

System: LiDARit Eagle X

Extension: 7 Acres

Flight Altitude: 120 meters

Urban cadastre in a residential area to verify compliance with all cadastral standards.

Contain: Classified Point Cloud

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Survey and Construction projects

Mapping an urban corridor for sewer design and flood prevention

System: LiDARit One

Extension: 60 Acres

Flight Altitude: 70 meters

Mapping an urban corridor for sewer design and flood prevention

Contain: Classified Point Cloud

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Obtaining data for drainage design and flood management in areas with vegetation and changes in slopes.

System: LiDARit Sparrow

Extension: 247 Acres

Flight Altitude: 140 meters

Obtaining data for drainage design and flood management in areas with vegetation and changes in slopes.

Contain: Classified and RGB Point Cloud and Digital Terrain Model

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Obtaining data to identify slopes and slopes of the river in an area with dense vegetation for the construction of an oil pipeline.

System: LiDARit Eagle X

Extension: 247 Acres

Flight Altitude: 60 meters

Obtaining data to identify slopes and slopes of the river in an area with dense vegetation for the construction of an oil pipeline.

Contain: Classified Point Cloud and Digital Terrain Model

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Study Case

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Challenge: The study required to obtain the survey information of an undeveloped road of 22 km and an area of interest of 300 hectares of difficult access and with high vegetation density, for the design of inf rastructure of the oil sector

Results: Thanks to the results of the deliverables such as Digital Surface Model, Digital Terrain Model, Contours and 3D Drawing Survey, the client was able to determine the impact of energy towers and forest inventory affected by the design of the road.

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Challenge: The study required to obtain the precise information to make an inventory of the units of trees (timber pine) to estimate the capacity of paper pulp and the average height of each individual of the zone of the interest of 3000 acres extension.

Results: The survey was performed in a couple of days with the system LiDARit, obtaining the total count of arboreal individuals and the respective timber volume of each. Also penetrated through vegetation and soil information was obtained for future sowings

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Challenge: The study involved acquiring topographic information for the design of high-voltage electric transmission lines in an area difficult to access due to the geography of the site. High precision data was required so photogrammetry was not viable due to the abundant vegetation of the place.

Results: The survey was performed in a couple of days with the system LiDARit, obtaining the total count of arboreal individuals and the respective timber volume of each. Also penetrated through vegetation and soil information was obtained for future sowings

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