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Hosting of a student from the INSA Strasbourg

  Last summer, Altiplà received a French student for a period of 6 weeks as part of an internship. My name is Hugo Salgues, I come from France and I am in 4th year in an engineering school specialising in Topography in Strasbourg, located in northeastern France. As part of my school curriculum, I must […]

Cartography production of drones images (UAV)

During the last 12 months Altiplà has produced a total of 1,000 hectares of 1: 500 and 1: 1,000 cartography from images captured with cameras integrated in drones. The projects cover different areas: quarries, landfills, flood studies, linear work, PDU, … All the generated products in photogrammetric workstations (with NVIDIA 3D vision systems) follow multiple […]

Dimensional control from data captured with laser scanner (point cloud – BIM) Case study of data capture and results of an industrial chimney

Using laser scanning equipment, for the massive capture of data of a certain element, a practically continuous model is obtained. This model allows to have a very detailed knowledge of the structure. Starting from the point cloud, once the data is processed with the Cyclone360 software, a set of documents are generated for the control […]

Collaboration with Erasmus + Scholarships

Last April we had a guest in the framework of the Erasmus scholarships. Project: Transnational mobility for students and graduates and vocational staff trainings” implemented by the Foundation for the Development of the Education System in Warsaw co-financed by European Union under the European Social Fund, Operational Programme Knowledge Education Development . On this occasion […]

Everything worths when it comes to topography

Building topo-surveying… on his kneess