Cambridge, UK, November 06, 2007: The GeoInformation Group, publishers of Cities Revealed aerial photography announced the capture of new LiDAR data for London. This latest survey is the most current height data solution available to the market and can be used to create detailed 3D ground and surface models. The Cities Revealed London LiDAR is the ideal solution for Civil Engineers, through height and volume analysis, to accurately plan and visualise engineering projects for the Capital.
Alun Jones, Managing Director of The GeoInformation Group comments, “With the extensive development of London, particularly of the Thames Gateway and the 2012 Olympic site there is a growing need for more cost-effective and accurate data for applications specific to civil engineering projects such as volumetric measurement, line of sight measurements and 3D modelling. The use of digital elevation models, derived from LiDAR surveys, provides a highly accurate basis from which the civil engineering industry can produce and analyse the real world from a 3D perspective. The GeoInformation Group has invested in a new LiDAR survey of London to provide this valuable information. It is ideal for all height sensitive applications concerning the Capital.”