TerranLogics

Senseta TerrainLogics is a unique and innovative service for high precision, high resolution topographic surveys that bridge the space between terrain information and users while empowering engineers to analyze reality in exciting new ways. Senseta TerrainLogics allows capturing of topographical and three-dimensional structures in virtually any environment – without complex and expensive deployment of extensive groundwork. We bring terrain reality to the analyst’s computer for their consultation at any time required and with a level of detail and accuracy that has never been seen before.

Senseta’s TerrainLogics is the ideal candidate for site specific projects that do not require canopy penetration. In accuracies comparable to LiDAR and densities greater than LiDAR, millions of 3D data points are collected and processed into high resolution point clouds. Using state of the art software and algorithms, these clouds are employed in producing Ortophotos, Digital Models for Elevation (DEM), Surface (DSM), and Terrain (DTM), as well as traditional deliverables such as site and contour maps.

Advantages

  • High accuracy from inexpensive hardware.
  • Low-cost processing from well established algorithms.
  • Highest level topographical precision available in the market.
  • Complete virtualization of field information for accurate modeling of real-world scenarios.
  • Flexibility of acquisition platform (UAVs, airplanes, balloons).
  • Highly scalable for small to large projects.
  • Dense point clouds (between 35 and 400 points per square meter)
  • Deliverables are tailored to customer software.
  • Requires low-altitude flights
  • Quickest turn around in the market

Find more about Senseta's TerrainLogics solution by downloading our 2 pager document  here.

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