The measurement of bulk materials, especially in the industrial, mining, or construction sector, takes a lot of time, energy, and money. Miscalculations in the measurement of large volumes, even by a couple of percent converted into absolute figures, can make up to several tens of tons.
To accurately measure the volume of bulk materials using conventional methods, they must have a correct geometric shape – a cube or cone. But that never happens.
How we solve problems with Stockpile Measurement
LiDAR gets mounted on the drone
It takes 100,000 measurements per second with an accuracy of 1 cm
We use the software to process the data from the LiDAR and calculate the volume as accurately as possible.
The shape of the subject is not essential for LiDAR inspection.
When all work is built on the principle of a conveyor, this method avoids downtime, delays, and deadline disruption.
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