LiDAR has many distinct advantages when acquiring an existing or potential mine property. It creates a highly accurate data set, cost effectively and combining acquisition and processing, a faster timeframe than traditional approaches.
Traditional survey methods can be slow and result in lower sampling. With Airborne LiDAR surveys, we can acquire millions of points within each square kilometer. This density creates a robust data set for volume calculations, geomorphology and structural geology, design of transmission line or road corridors, slope analysis and run off surface modeling for feasibility studies and environmental impact studies.
Airborne has acquired numerous ortho-imagery/LiDAR projects for the mining community. We have the ability to manage both imagery and LiDAR acquisition to deliver a seamless product.