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Solutions for Monitoring - Man-Made Structures
Leica Geosystems' surveying solutions are used worldwide for the monitoring of man-made structures such as bridges, dams and buildings, during construction as well as after.
Tunneldrive Scanning with Leica HDS6000
3D laser scanning has become established in many applications over recent years due to its potential for rapid, non-contact data capture at a high scanning density. That this process can also be used successfully for the investigation of deformations of large surfaces is demonstrated by a research project at the Technical University Munich, Germany (TUM). The Leica HDS6000 laser scanner proved to be a success when scanning the area around the working face of an extension tunnel to the underground railway system in Stuttgart. more
Volume computation, Bonfol special waste
The Bonfol special waste tip is a legacy of our past.About 114'000 tonnes of special waste were deposited in a former clay pit between 1961 and 1976. The landfill was closed in 1976 and capped with a clay surface seal. In 2000, the Canton Jura and representatives of the Basel chemical industry agreed to carry out a final rehabilitation of the special waste landfill. By 2014, all the waste will have been removed using a clamshell excavator and incinerated in special plants. more
Monitoring of Dikes with 3D Laser Scanning
Climate change and the ground subsidence in the Netherlands are facts that increase the risk of dike failures. Measures should be taken to reduce this risk. These measures can lead to stronger, but also to ‘smarter’ dikes, which have various sensors installed to better understand the reasons dikes fail. The ‘IJkdijk’ project was established to be able to realize such a smart dike in the future. Hansje Brinker participated in this project and achieved valuable deformation results with the Leica ScanStation 2. more