Whatever You Need to Scan
LiDAR scanning is used for the examination of usually large objects with a laser scanner attached to the drone. Large factories, power lines, quarries, forests, urban areas, terrain are easier to scan with light drones.
Terrestrial scanning is the examination of static objects, using a laser scanner mounted on a tripod. This method is ideal for ultra-precise scanning in an urban environment: facades of buildings, architectural structures, and interior spaces.
It is an ultra-precise scanning of relatively small objects with complex geometry, such as cars, special vehicles, mechanisms, engine parts. That exceedingly reduces time and costs on development, production, quality control, and maintenance.
Building Information Modeling (BIM) is the formation of an accurate virtual model of a building or structure and everything that applies to it. BIM allows us to store all information on the object in one model and to operate its full life cycle.
We survey and measure everything from turbine blades to industrial quarries. At Everscan, we are inspired by laser scanning technology, and we dream of creating accurate models of cities. But it's not the scanners that are our greatest value, it's the fact that we use them to solve your problems.
We love the fact that modern technology brings tangible benefits to established classic industries. We scan objects with millimeter-accuracy and know how to present the results in a way you can understand and in the figures you need.
The pilot is preparing a drone to scan the coal stockpile of «Ladyzhynska TPP»
A surveying engineer is setting up equipment to scan the Tereschenko Estate
Lidar scanning for archaeological research of fortifications from the Roman Empire,+
UAV Lidar scanning for calculation of the volume of coal in a coal warehouse,+
Lidar scanning for the detection of graves of the era of Kyiv Rus,+
Lidar measuring the volume of coal for the inventory of a coal warehouse,+
3D Laser Scanning Services For Manufacturing Facility Expansion