Murphy Geospatial pioneered the use of laser scanning for commercial surveys in the early 2000s. Murphy Geospatial continues to innovate and lead the market in laser scanning today.Contact
3D laser scanning remotely captures the complete three-dimensional geometry of objects efficiently and accurately. It uses laser range finding technology in a systematic way to measure a high level of detail in high volumes. A huge amount of detail can be collected in a short period of time whilst maintaining survey accuracy. In addition, the laser technology utilised permits the scanner to work in poor lighting conditions without affecting the quality of the survey.
The point cloud data captured can be post-processed to extract features from the data. This can feed into more traditional CAD deliverables or be processed into 3D models such as BIM deliverables depending on our client’s requirements. Laser scanning typically generates very large datasets. We offer solutions to manage and visualise this data to ensure our clients maximise the value of their information.
Murphy Geospatial continue to innovate in laser scanning applications. We were approached by major manufacturers to test and become early adopters of mobile scanning technology. Mobile laser scanning, or mobile mapping, combines data captured by multiple laser scanning instruments and cameras mounted on a vehicle, with positional information from other sensors, to provide comprehensive data capture along linear projects.
Many of the sectors we work in require all-encompassing surveys where large amounts of detail are required to a high level of accuracy. Assets with complex geometry such as pharmaceuticals, manufacturing facilities, commercial construction, heritage buildings, infrastructure construction and maintenance all rely on the detail provided through laser scanning. Murphy Geospatial are pioneers in the use of laser scanning technology and continue to push the industry with new applications of the technology. A well-planned and executed laser scanning survey is often the first step to digitising an asset, allowing our clients to leverage the use of BIM and other digital technologies to manage their portfolio.