Terrestrial Laser Scanning

Terrestrial laser scanning is a technology that captures detailed information about objects and environments on land. Using laser beams and reflection data, it creates highly accurate 3D models of scanned areas. This technology is particularly useful for capturing intricate details of structures, landscapes, and archaeological sites. Terrestrial laser scanning provides valuable data for a wide range of applications, from assessing structural integrity to documenting cultural heritage. It allows for the precise measurement and visualization of physical spaces, aiding in research, design, and analysis. With its ability to capture comprehensive and high-resolution data, terrestrial laser scanning is revolutionizing our understanding and representation of the physical world.

Pillbox 311 (PB311) – Lower Shing Mun Reservoir

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