LiDAR, the essential tool in measurement systems.
Material storage enclosure scanned and processed, every material shed or barn presents a unique survey challenge. Custom structural surfaces can be modeled in these areas allowing consistent, repeatable measurements with each measurement.
Point clouds from LiDAR and rendered surfaces used for volume calculation. If the site has tunnels and feeders these can be modeled to provide more exact volume measurements as the stockpiles change over time.
Using static and dynamic LiDAR systems we are able to map, measure, and track room and pillar progress. LiDAR and processing data allows for enhanced visualization of areas of interest and more precise volumetrics.
A stockpile yard at a port scanned and processed, the rendered surfaces ready for volumetric modeling. Point cloud data can be created from UAV / Drone and combined with LiDAR data.
Shaft scanning has been used for rehab, repairs, change detection, and historical mapping. The ability to mount our dynamic LiDAR system to a cage and map shafts effectively, safely, and quickly means lower amounts of downtime in hoist operations.
With the ability to scan and map with high resolution gives Wingfield expertise in structure scanning not only on the surface but underground. Making upgrades to structures or creating blueprints that can be accessed anywhere saves time and money.
This UAV can be manually or autonomously flown to map areas that are inaccessible or lack the structural integrity for safe entry. It is commonly used for stopes and voids, failing and older or abandoned working areas, and for basic inspection.
A sample of a room and pillar point cloud and rendered surface used for volumetric calculation, as-built vs design, convergence, mine design updates, and more!
A processed and scanned underground maintenance shop that was being measured for dimensions and clearance checks for new and existing equipment.