Topographic map or plan
The topographic map shows the existing situation on the ground, and is needed at the outset of your project.
The topographic map (3D) or plan (2D) is often the first document needed to launch a project. Its objective is to portray the existing situation on the ground which provides the setting for your future plans. Processed as an entity in 3D or 2D, it serves as the basis for the work of the engineers, architects and project managers.
On sites of moderate size it is generally produced by field survey using modern total stations. Over larger areas it may be produced by a variety of methods including airborne laser scanning (lidar) or photogrammetry using UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles or drones), helicopters or fixed-wing aircraft.
Whatever the size of your project or the accuracy required, we will employ optimum procedures corresponding to your technical needs and your budgetary constraints.
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Our Architecture references
Survey of façades and sections: south transept of the Basilica of St DenisDiscover
Textured model of the Temple of Augustus and Livia (Vienne, Isère)Discover
3D textured modelling of civil engineering structures: mobile laser scanner surveys and integration with a 3D GISDiscover
Laser scanner survey and 3D textured model: Bourgeoisie de Sion (Switzerland)Discover
Orthophotography of the Gier Roman AqueductDiscover