Throughout the year the team have travelled the length and breadth of the UK, undertaking high density 3D laser scanning and image capture with the vehicle mounted MX9 scanning system – generating vast amounts of data and imagery along the way.
To celebrate the culmination of this work, over Christmas we held a mini 3-part quiz on our KOREC LinkedIn page, and we are delighted to share the answers with you now.
Question 1 – KOREC’s Professional Services team travelled the length and breadth of the UK throughout 2020 – but exactly how much data did they collect?
Answer – the team captured and processing a whopping 1411km of data – the equivalent of surveying the length of Britain’s roads from Lands’ End to John o’Groats!
Question 2 – The vehicle mounted MX9 has a total of nine 5MP cameras to capture high quality imagery whilst driving. But how many individual images did our team collect in 2020?
Answer – the team collected just over 3 million individual images over the course of the year – enough to build 760,000 panoramas!
Question 3 – A small team based out of our Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire offices, the Professional Services team really do get around. But how many counties did they have active projects in throughout 2020?
Answer – the team have captured data or supported projects in 31 English counties, 2 Scottish, 2 Irish and 1 Welsh – for a total of 36 different counties altogether.
And for the bonus…The team have delivered pointcloud data to clients measuring over 14TB in size – that’s 14 million MB of data!
Find out more about our Professional Services team – click here.
*Terms & Conditions of the Competition
Data collection location must be in England
Data collection area is limited to a maximum of 20km
Data collection date to be agreed and arranged in coordination with the Professional Services division
Data capture only, no registration included no data processing included
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