When renovating, reconstructing and upgrading various infrastructure elements, a clear overview of the facility is vital. Unfortunately, it is not always possible to have reliable data and plans to enable the desired works to be carried out efficiently and safely. Therefore, the C&G experts are working on state-of-the-art methods for non-invasive and non-contact data acquisition of infrastructure objects, equipment and installations.
This includes three-dimensional laser scanning, which is used to capture geometric data. The collected data can be easily converted into 3D models, 2D plans or databases. A ground penetrating radar or GPR is used to locate and diagnose underground infrastructure such as cables, ducts, pipes and the like. The data obtained from the GPR allows the creation of an underground cadastre that can be used for the construction of new facilities, reconstruction, maintenance or renovation.