Personal Mobile System (PMS) – an innovative solution in the context of using laser scanning technology. It is a multisensory device that the scanning platform is the human body (the individual sensors are mounted on the helmet and human body). The main advantage of the system is the possibility of measurement at places with inaccessible GPS signal range.
PoThe term Indoor Mapping appears in our heads more and more often and this term relates to maps of building interiors. It is a new trend in mapping that has already developed in the world, but in Poland, it is still in its infancy. Imagine that you have the navigation functionality in your smartphone while being in a large facility such as shopping malls, airports, hotels, universities, schools, museums, hospitals and many other. It is now out of the question that you lose your child in a shopping mall, of course, provided that your child has an appropriate application in his/her mobile phone. However, for it to work fully, not only investors willing to create such maps are necessary, but in the first place engineers who will provide appropriate data. And here is our offer where we propose to collect complete geospatial data. During the first stage, laser scanning is an irreplaceable source. At the post-processing stage, on the other hand, we provide complete data processing in the CAD environment.
Thanks to modern measurement technologies, such as laser scanning technology, it is now possible to create three-dimensional spatial models of various, complex environments. Examples of such sophisticated examples are caves. These are complex objects not only because of their structures, but additionally, there is a problem with the range of the GPS signal. In such conditions, Personal Mobile System, which perfectly reflects the shape of their interiors, works perfectly. PMS technique allows creating a virtual walk through the interior of these inaccessible to tourists places.
Creating digital models of caves and their comparison in time enables also determining changes which occur in their natural environment. For rock caves, these will be karst processes, for ice caves – processes related to the dynamics of glaciers – drainage glacier systems.
Laser scanning has found application in many industries, therefore its traditional applications are most well-known and commonly associated. However, a few unconventional applications that slowly reach a wider audience are worth mentioning:
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