Core of our business, the purpose of topography is to put on plans all the objects and structures present in a certain area. Underground networks are also shown thanks to network detection and georeferencing.Find out more about it
3D scanning allows us to represent reality as point clouds : this method offers us numerous opportunies in many surveying fields thanks to its precision. The 3D modeling resulting from this survey can then be used as a point of reference for your construction or rehabilitation project.Find out more about it
Photogrammetry is a method involving the use of a camera embarked on a drone or helicopter to survey an area.Find out more about it
The art of technical demonstration and proving is our everyday job.Find out more about it
You will find below a few projects we have worked on, in Reunion Island and across the Indian Ocean. Don't hesitate to explore our website or to contact us for more information.
Topographical survey of the Mascarin Botanical Garden
Mascarin Botanical Garden
Topographical survey of the Mascarin Botanical Garden.
Mascarin Botanical Garden, St-Leu, Reunion Island
3D Scanning of the eastern facade 1
3D Scanning of the eastern facade 2
3D Scanning of the eastern facade 3
Baggage claim 3d scanning 1
Baggage claim 3d scanning 2
Baggage claim 3d scanning 3
Baggage claim 3d scanning 4
Roland Garros Airport
3D Scanning of the baggage claim and eastern and western façades of the airport, prior to a terminal extension.
Sainte-Marie, Reunion Island
Drone based survey (use of Mavic 2 pro and Phantom 3 pro)
Quarry drone based survey (cubic measurement)
The use of drones assures us a quicker intervention on the field. This method is most relevant when used on areas with low vegetation.
Control points are materialized on the ground by the use of persistent GPS marked wood crosses or targets.
St-Pierre, Reunion Island
Regular monitoring of the Bras de la Plaine bridge
Regular monitoring of the NRL viaduct (1/2)
Regular monitoring of the NRL viaduct (2/2)
Road structures movement monitoring
Optical prism positioning allows us to measure the over time structural movement of various road structures.
Measures are always conducted with the same parameters (same optical prism positioning, same points of reference) on a predefined rate basis. Data differences are then reported to the client for further analysis.
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