management: we can identify the location of
vegetation that breaches your minimum clearance requirements.
We can show the precise location of any grow-in and
falling trees. Rapid data delivery is provided as
vegetation conditions can change quickly.
3D engineering model of the powerlines can be produced
from the LiDAR data, this allows for thermal
and resolving clearance issues
enables efficient asset utilization and enhanced safety.
We also record weather data
that temperature, wind speed etc... can be taken into
account in PLS-CADD when modelling the towers and
ground control - for more information, click
Elevation Model with aerial image overlay and
PLS-CADD tower models. Dimensions can
be derived from the orthorectified imagery.
With our ground based scanner, we have the ability
to identify bolt centers and measure the length
of steel members without the need to climb the
towers . Used in conjunction with traditional
survey methods, powerline corridor surveys can
be carried out on the ground for topographic mapping
and identifying infringements. For more information
on ground based scanning, click