Category Archive: HD Scanning

Dec 28

Integrating Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) with Geospatial Services

  Ayres Associates has always been driven to develop the best solutions to fit our client’s needs by utilizing a combination of advanced technologies and work flows.  So, it should not be surprising that Ayres has embraced the use of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) and now regularly integrates the data from such systems into its …

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Jul 21

Geospatial Analysis of Road Washouts

On July 11 Northern Wisconsin saw severe storms leading to millions of dollars of damage in several counties.  Many roads could remain closed potentially for months greatly affecting transportation in the height of the region’s tourism season.  Ayres Associates structural and highway engineers mobilized quickly to provide extremely fast-track design services to replace culverts with …

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Nov 10

HD Laser Scan of WWII Era Tug Boat in Kewaunee

As part of a survey of the Kewaunee Harbor on Lake Michigan, Ayres Associates captured a detailed Laser Scan of the Harbor Park and surrounding area. The centerpiece of the Park is the Tug Ludington, which participated in the D-Day Invasion of Normandy and had an important role in Great Lakes.  Formerly known as LT-4 by its …

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Jul 08

HD Laser Scanning to Support Broad Services at Ayres

HD laser scanning is among the many services available at Ayres Associates. Our extensive history of supporting diverse engineering applications allows us to approach each project as a unique mission with an individualized solution. Because Ayres Associates incorporates the experience of many disciplines in the implementation of the HD scanning technology, your project and budget …

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Aug 26

HD Scanning – Another Tool in the Toolbox

In addition to providing high accuracy survey, HD Laser Scanning enables workload and staffing flexibility for the Geospatial Division. HD Laser Scanners create a highly detailed and precise point cloud.  After collecting and calibrating the data in the field, the work of measuring and extracting the detailed information for CAD drawings occurs back at the office.  This workflow represents a high …

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