AdHoc is the software that makes the use of laser scanner and photogrammetry data easy. Information such as measures, drawings and sections, can be comfortably extracted. New custom tools can be developed thanks to a carefully planned modular structure.
With Ad Hoc you can benefit of laser scanner surveys data quickly and easily. We provide different data types (solid images, 3D models, orthophotos ...) on which you can use several measuring tool to get everything you need. The data have already been treated with different cleaning algorithms to ensure maximum quality and usability.
Ad Hoc offers powerful and easy to use tools to quickly get a wide range of information; for instance measuring 3D distances, angles, planes, volumes, etc. is straightforward. Sections can be extracted from 3D models and drawing tools are available. All derived items can be exported in common vector formats.
Ad Hoc transforms the laser scanner survey in a real 3D information system (3D GIS). With Ad Hoc you can take the census of deteriorated infrastructure, record the stratigraphic units of an archaeological dig, schedule the time and cost of a restoration. All informations are organized according to their correct 3D position. You can question them based on attributes (eg select the areas to be the last maintenance), based on the geometric characteristics (eg, selected portions of deteriorated joints longer than 3 m), and by the spatial position (eg. select the materials found at an altitude above x).
A laser scanner survey has a huge added value if it's able to combine data with other types of investigation. With geophysics, for example, to return the description of "above" and "below" and their mutual relations, with interferometry to properly position the highlighted changes and describe the context in which they occur. Even with the design and 3D rendering, to see together the parts that already exist and those that will be built.