Aerial laser scanning is a unique remote sensing technology. The main advantages of this technology are the obtainment of the most accurate geospatial physical measurements and high data processing speed.
The result of aerial laser scanning is an array of laser reflection points classified as "ground/non-ground" with a density of up to several dozen points per 1 sq. m. The result of laser scanning is a digital model of actual terrain at high density and accuracy in determining coordinates, the basis for orthophotomap, digital topographic plans of scales, three-dimensional models of terrain, and objects.
The high efficiency and performance of aerial laser scanning technology make it possible to offer an accurate survey in a short time with a high degree of data detail, regardless of the complexity of the terrain, terrain configuration, and location.