The applications that the technology LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) has to offer are very diverse. It consists of a system that uses a laser to capture the distance between the issuing point and a specific object or surface. It emits a great number of pulses per second, obtaining millimetric accuracies. It is a revolutionary technology when you compare it to traditional topography and aerial photogrammetry, based on the execution time and the information it obtains, as well as the altimetric precision it generates.
We fly the LiDAR sensor along with an RGB camera calibrated to give colour to the point clouds. We can cover dozens of hectares per day with precisions of ±2 cm and ground penetration.