Laser Scanning Survey – Tan-Y-Mynydd Fishery
Laser Scanning Survey – Tan-Y-Mynydd Fishery Summary:
Severn Partnership have been working with Tan-Y-Mynydd trout fishery in conjunction with the Environment Agency, Wales. This was to aid in the improvement of site access and public awareness through innovative online content as part of the Wild Wales Fishing programme. Tan-Y-Mynydd based near Abergele, north Wales is a popular trout fishery with a high reputation in customer care and has won numerous awards.
This project involved 3D laser scanning survey for the subsequent creation of a Leica TruView to enable customers to view, manipulate and dimension the scan cloud using an internet browser.
Completed in one day on site, our team scanned selected fishing stations around the trout fishery using a Leica C10 laser scanner. Images were captured on site to produce ‘true colour’ scans. Using SmartNet RTK the scan cloud was given OS coordinates.
These were later registered to form a single point cloud from which a Leica TruView was created using Leica Cyclone. The completed point cloud was imported into Pointools to create a fly through video for media and marketing purposes. Through the use of Leica CloudWorx for AutoCAD topographic detail was also extracted to aid site improvements. The point cloud can later be used to extract further topographic detail if required without the need for further site visits.
The project was only possible thanks to funding from the European Regional Development Fund and with assistance from Welsh Assembly Government funding support.
- Fly through video delivered in .AVI and .WMV
- 3D Scan cloud delivered in Leica TruView format
- 3D Topographical survey detail delivered in .DWG and .DXF format
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