Alongside using the spatial laser scanner for architectural and monument protection, our company was amongst the first who started using 3D technology for archaeological excavations.
The constantly available drones make aerial pictures before or during excavation.
3D terrestrial scanning is one of the most reliable methods to establish the geometric structure and condition monuments. It also has an important role in reconstruction, since determining the current condition assists the restoration of the original structure. This technology is suitable for the recording of indoor and outdoor architectural features as well.
The point cloud database generated as a result of scanning can be prepared and processed by the software of the instrument. This way, various reconstructions and virtual surveys can be made. Its main advantage over photography-based technologies is that the several million scanned points can be used for calculations of geometric accuracy, and only imagination can restrict the spatial demonstration of the object.
By 3D terrestrial scanning and orthophotos, larger phenomena and spatial formations can be recorded virtually on the site of the archaeological excavations. Owing to the technology, this can be spectacularly displayed later as well as versatile assessments, an infinite number of spatial cross-sections and accurate measurements can be made based on the model.