Airborne Laser Scanning (ALS) 

Airborne laser scanning is a topographic land mapping method which can perform timely and cost-effective mapping of large areas with a high point density and a high degree of accuracy. The method is performed by an aircraft-mounted system which emits a regular stream of laser pulses which are reflected by the ground and the objects on it. ALS data acquisition can be combined with other surveying sensors such as digital metric cameras.

iMO offers a modular choice in their project management for airborne laser scanning projects. This includes project evaluation, definition of work scope, compilation of tender documents, ground preparation, ground survey works, permissions, contractor supervision, quality control, data processing and data management.


Case Studies

Mining Concession
Mining concession & railway corridor