The first stage of a digital engineering services workflow—bringing the real world to your desk. Diospatial leverages a range of capture technologies to create the most effective and compelling reality capture services for the AEC sector. Reducing uncertainty, replacing assumptions with facts and mitigating risk at all stages of the project lifecycle.
DRONE LIDAR & PHOTOGRAMMETRY
Precision aerial sensing technology for the most accurate, detailed and precise capture of large and elevated environments. Diospatial’s LiDAR and photogrammetry solutions are the pinnacle of our reality capture services, consistently delivering industry leading quality and insight for digital engineering of Australia’s critical infrastructure.
survey & LASER SCANNING
Ground based survey and laser scanning for the most precise and detailed capture of complex structures and indoor environments. Diospatial utilises the latest laser scanning technology to deliver the highest quality survey and scanning solutions to the AEC sector.
Outcome-driven reality capture services which combine drone inspection, thermal imaging, 3D modelling, and machine learning to deliver comprehensive asset inspection and defect mapping solutions. From close visual inspection of bridges to defect mapping of spillways, our engineers deliver the facts and information needed to inform your condition assessment.
Industry leading geospatial outputs and analysis to better meet your project objectives. Our geospatial engineers and technicians provide analysis and processing of point clouds, DEMs and imagery sources to derive any number of outputs including change detection, vegetation encroachments, watershed analysis, clearance analysis, and feature extraction.
cad & bim
An extension of our digital engineering services – expert modellers and rigorous quality control for industry leading scan-to-CAD and scan-to-BIM solutions. We understand the point cloud is often only the starting point and can develop a range of suitable outputs and formats from basic CAD modelling of weirs to LOD300 modelling of bridges.