Eagle - EAC
Laser Scanning for Historic Preservation
Laser scanning, also known as LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) scanning, has become a powerful tool for historic preservation and cultural heritage documentation. It allows for accurate and detailed capture of three-dimensional data of historic buildings, monuments, and sites.
Patrick Owen Bridge under repair - Rusagonis N.B. 2023-08-21
Virtual Restoration and Reconstruction: With the 3D data obtained through laser scanning, experts can virtually restore or reconstruct parts of a building or site that might be damaged, deteriorated, or missing. This virtual restoration helps researchers and preservationists visualize how the structure might have looked in its original state and informs decisions on preservation strategies.
Eagle GIS (a division of Eagle-EAC) mobile mapping vehicle collecting photogrammetry data prior to construction upgrades.