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Virtual Reality (“VR”) surveys combine UAV and other images with point cloud data, resulting in fully geo-referenced 3D models with high-resolution images. This has widespread use for environmental and industrial applications.
Until now this 3D information has been assessed using 2D displays on computer monitors. A recently developed system has allowed the data to be imported into room scale Virtual Reality. The immersive nature of VR enhances visualisation and identification in a way not possible before. VR allows the user to identify and classify real world data inside the virtual world without being exposed to hazardous environments that may have previously prevented inspection.
Mobile Mapping Survey
Mobile mapping surveys have transformed the methods and speeds at which we can capture accurate 3D data. Geocurve has not only purchased the first Leica Pegasus:Two Ultimate in Europe, but we are also the first survey company to buy the Leica Pegasus Backpack and the first company in UK to own both the Leica Pegasus:Two and a Leica Pegasus Backpack.
Geocurve has a long standing CAA Permission for Commercial Operations (PFCO) being the first company to obtain ‘Congested area Operation (OSC)’ permission. Geocurve also has ‘Extended Visual Line of Sight (EVLOS) permission for 1km at 650 feet ceiling height.
Geocurve has achieved over 7,500 hours of commercial flying with zero reportable incidents, proof of the professionalism of our flying team.
Civil engineering forms the foundation of our services and a stable platform to innovate from. Combining 80+ years of land surveying experience in a team with multiple Civil engineering qualifications, we have built a professional and excellent reputation with our clients.
Geocurve has completed complex projects for clients across a broad range of industry sectors including:
- Electricity Generation & Distribution
- Mining & Quarrying
- Real Estate
- Commercial / Industrial Assets
- Flood Defences
- Oil & Gas
- Property Management
Software And Modelling
Using sophisticated software and modelling processes within our data centre, Geocurve’s data team then processes this raw data to provide high definition imagery, and delivers the outputs digitally. These outputs can include:
- Composite geo-referenced 2D plan views of an entire site
- Overlays of geo-referenced imagery with CAD drawings
- Composite 2D views of specific elevations
- 3D models of individual structures with sensitive information removed as required
- Volumetric analysis of specific features
- “Fly throughs”, in HD video, 3D models and using our Virtual Reality Suite
We can also provide Subject Matter Experts to examine the data and to identify and classify specific anomalies (corrosion, thermal hots spots etc.) using structured Image Interpretation techniques.