Layering the Future

Unveiling the power of mapping layers

Mapping Layers are Essential for Creating Informative and Visually Appealing Maps

Mapping layers are essential for creating informative and visually appealing maps

These versatile maps allow mapmakers to convey complex information in a structured and easily understandable format. Additionally, GIS software and tools enable users to customize and manipulate mapping layers to perform spatial analyses, query data, and make informed decisions in various fields, including urban planning, environmental management, transportation, and more.

Unlock the Power of Accurate Geospatial Data

Welcome to our world of calibrated point clouds, where precision meets innovation. Calibrated point clouds are more than just a collection of 3D data points; they represent a pinnacle of accuracy and reliability in the geospatial realm. These meticulously calibrated datasets combine cutting-edge technology and expert precision to deliver spatial information that is second to none.

When precision matters, trust in calibrated point clouds to deliver. Our dedication to accuracy, cutting-edge technology, and expert craftsmanship ensure that your geospatial projects reach new heights.

  • Surveying: Redefine accuracy in land surveying, infrastructure assessment, and construction monitoring.
  • Cartography: Create detailed and up-to-date maps with unparalleled precision.
  • Urban Planning: Transform urban development with precise 3D models of cities and infrastructure.
  • Environmental Monitoring: Monitor changes in the environment with the utmost precision.
  • Forestry: Manage forests efficiently and sustainably using high-accuracy terrain models.
  • Archaeology: Unlock the secrets of the past with precise 3D reconstructions.

Elevating Geospatial Precision with Classified Point Clouds

Classified point clouds, in the context of geospatial applications, refer to 3D point cloud datasets where individual points have been categorized or classified based on their characteristics or attributes. These classifications typically involve grouping points into categories such as terrain, vegetation, buildings, or other relevant features, allowing for a more organized and meaningful representation of the landscape. Classified point clouds are invaluable in geospatial analysis, as they enable the extraction of specific information and features from the data, facilitating tasks like digital terrain modeling, land cover classification, urban planning, and environmental assessment. This classification process enhances the utility of point cloud data, making it a vital resource for accurate and detailed geospatial mapping and analysis.

Discover the New Scale in Topographic Elevation Measurement

Geiger-mode LiDAR enables the production of most detailed height information even under vegetated areas. Two different elevation information can be provided: the representation of the Earth’s surface without any obstruction such as vegetation or man-made objects like buildings and bridges, called Digital Terrain Model (DTM). The Digital Surface Model (DSM), on the other hand, contains the heights of all natural and artificial objects. VeriDaaS offers both models.

Our surface and terrain models support complex applications in various industries such as 3D modeling, flood and runoff modeling, power network and forest inventory, and orthophoto rectification to name a few. The DTM is the basis for deriving terrain parameters such as breaklines, slope, aspect, and contour generation. They are also part of critical decisions ranging from hazardous events where the immediate safety of human life, property, and agriculture is at stake, to long-term infrastructure and resource planning.

Our Digital Surface and Terrain Models are USGS compliant and suitable for the 3D Elevation Program (3DEP).