Terrestrial LiDAR

The Leica ScanStation P40 and C10 are the workhorses of our LiDAR data collection tools. Complementing our VMX-250-CS6 Mobile LiDAR systems, R.E.Y.’s ScanStations enable rapid data capture of tunnels, bridges, building interiors and any other area where vehicular access is not an option or unsafe areas.

With horizontal ranges of up to 300 meters and a collection rate of up to 1,000,000 points/sec, the P40 and C10 ScanStations allow R.E.Y. to cover areas quickly and thoroughly. In addition, with positional accuracies of 3mm and 6mm at a range of 50m, both have proven to be optimal tools when tight tolerances are required, such as for ADA analysis, critical paving designs, Caltrans Chapter 15 STLS Specifications, and BIM projects. In addition to conventional design topographic surveys, our Terrestrial LiDAR systems allow us to offer an array of additional services including:

    • Historic / Building Preservation and Documentation surveys
    • ADA Compliance Analysis & Design
    • Drainage Analysis & Design
    • Documentation of Pre-construction Conditions
    • As-Built Documentation
    • True Topside Construction As-builts
    • Factory and Plant As-builts for Inventory and Expansion Planning
    • Asset Management and Archiving
    • Land Failure Monitoring
    • Overhead Clearance / Catenary Surveys
    • 3D Crime and Crash Scene Capture
    • Security Planning
    • Marketing and Proposals

The significant range of R.E.Y.’s TLS systems allows our staff to collect data from a considerable distance, safely away from potential hazards, such as roadways, slide areas, and railroad lines.  This provides the added benefit of avoiding the lengthy processes required for road closures, encroachment permits, and other access and site safety issues.  It also allows us to easily obtain detailed data for hard-to-access areas, such as beneath bridges, overhead structures, through chain link fencing, overhead pipe racks, false ceiling areas, rock outcroppings, overhangs, utility vaults, etc.

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