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How LiDAR Technology is changing the Construction Industry

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LiDAR is considered as the fast becoming technology in the construction industry today. This advanced technology can streamline projects by enhancing the work productivity of the processes and the teams. With any construction projects, efficiency and safety are the topmost important. These two factors are inter-related. When a project doesn’t have efficient processes, it will be harder to maintain the project’s safety.

The good thing is, there are many ways to further enhance construction project safety without having to invest in money or time. LiDAR inspections are a great option, for it is cost-effective and worth investing. Here’s everything you have to know about LiDAR, especially its major contributions in the construction world. Take an eye below.

What is LiDAR?

First, let’s start with the basics. The term LiDAR sounds like Radar, and there’s a major reason behind that. Both of the terms describe the utilization of electromagnetic waves when it comes to making measurements across distances.

LiDAR generally stands for light detection and ranging. A LiDAR system can fire up to 1 million pulses/second in a continuous pattern. The light that will be reflected directly to the scanner is going to be measured. Next, the distance is calculated based upon the speed of the light. Thus, the surveyed areas’ digital representation analyzes the entire landscape and makes plans for either renovation or construction work.

LiDAR can help a construction project in the following ways:

· Providing information for analysis and simulation when developing a project.

· Determining repair and maintenance requirements as needed for every project.

· Delivering precise and quick surveys right from the start of the project.

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