LiDAR, which stands for Light Detection and Ranging, is a remote sensing method that uses light in the form of a pulsed laser to measure ranges (variable distances) to the Earth. Mobile LiDAR systems are frequently used for 3D mapping applications along various corridors because of their extreme ease in capturing comprehensive high-resolution 3D topographic data at normal speeds. Because of this they are often a part of a more complex system, for example, Trimble’s MX9 Mobil Mapping system which combines a vehicle-mounted mobile LiDAR system, GNSS, multi-camera imaging and field software. This combination delivers efficient, precise and high-volume data capture for a broad range of mobile mapping applications such as road surveys, topographic mapping, 3D-modeling and asset management.
A combination of two Trimble GPS solutions, the R10 Receiver and Trimble Catalyst (a unique subscription-based GPS solution)Tackling knotweed with high accuracy GNSS Read More >
Trimble VRS Now has been used to replace a base station bringing even greater coverage and improved efficiency to the Hydrographic Survey Team at ABP Southampton.Supporting the safe navigation of vessels within the Port of Southampton Read More >
News this week has broken that over one million job vacancies remain unfilled in the UK, a record number since records began in 2001. Gratefully so far at KOREC we’ve managed to buck this trend with a number of new hires over the last few weeks, filling roles in our field technical support and sales […]KOREC Team Updates – Sep 21 Read More >
Trimble Sync Manager (TSM) is a helpful tool for surveyors looking to seamlessly manage data between office and field via the cloud. Jobs created in Trimble Business Center can be issued anywhere in the world at the click of a button. Part of the Trimble survey workflow, tasks are delivered to surveyors via Trimble Access […]Trimble Sync Manager Read More >
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