This technology provides valuable information for the design of new urban and rural roadways and railways. LiDAR data can be used for feasibility studies, design, and maintenance of roads and railways. It saves time and money by identifying clearance hazards without the need for a site visit, allowing for more informed decisions about when and where to deploy clearing crews. Kîsik’s utility vegetation management solutions include lidar-based clearance detection analytics, volumetric analysis, hazard tree detection, change detection, and species identification.
Kîsik’s GIS services consist of large-scale mapping solutions, including low-level/high-accuracy LiDAR and low-altitude photogrammetric mapping. From this data, Kîsik provides dense elevation point clouds, TINs, digital elevation models (DEMs), and maps depicting closely spaced contours and detailed existing conditions. In addition, our high-resolution orthophotography is considered by many engineers to be an indispensable design tool.