20 June 2016
Mobile mapping has recently arrived at the offices of MK Surveys in the form of the Leica Pegasus: Two. The complete mobile mapping solution from Leica Geosystems provides an integrated hardware platform including cameras and LiDAR. Along with increasing their Total Station fleet with 6 Leica Captivate TS16 Robotic Kits, MK Surveys has invested in the Leica Pegasus:Two along with Leica Jetstream to enable both rapid acquisition of the data on site and enhanced data processing speed.
A world of opportunity
The delivery of the Leica Pegasus:Two will open a whole new world of mobile mapping to MK Surveys whilst utilising this mobile mapping solution. Revolutionary in design and technology, the vehicle mounted Leica Pegasus:Two mobile mapper will be used by MK Surveys for various infrastructure projects including surveys of highways and rail, as well as GIS data collection and asset management.
The introduction of mobile mapping for MK Surveys has many advantages including drastically reducing the fieldwork required for highways projects, with no need for road closures or traffic management, as the Leica Pegasus:Two acts in the same way as any other public vehicle. All data is collected remotely from a moving vehicle to survey grade accuracies. Removing the workforce from the road helps improve health and safety on site, whilst providing fast and accurate data.
Quote from Lewis Hook – Survey Manager "We are delighted with the delivery of the Leica Pegasus:Two and the opportunity mobile mapping presents us. Previously we would have had to utilise very conventional methods to survey roads, rail and mass elevation projects. Now with the Leica Pegasus:Two we can comprehensively survey large scale projects far quicker and more efficiently, saving time, reducing costs and improving site safety".
Quote from Stuart Dimond – Director "As part of our strategy for achieving efficiency gains through mobile data collection, we have been extremely impressed by the speed of collection and quality of data from the Leica Pegasus:Two mobile mapper. In 2002, we made what at the time seemed like a major investment in purchasing one of the first Cyrax 2500 laser scanners in the UK. This enabled us to work at the forefront of the laser scanning market. Today we are at the forefront again, with the purchase of the Leica Pegasus:Two mobile mapping solution".
Leica Geosystems – when it has to be right
Revolutionising the world of measurement and survey for nearly 200 years, Leica Geosystems creates complete solutions for professionals across the planet. Known for premium products and innovative solution development, professionals in a diverse mix of industries, such as surveying and engineering, safety and security, building and construction, and power and plant, trust Leica Geosystems to capture, analyse and present smart geospatial data. With the highest-quality instruments, sophisticated software, and trusted services, Leica Geosystems delivers value every day to those shaping the future of our world.
Leica Geosystems is part of Hexagon (Nasdaq Stockholm: HEXA B; hexagon.com), a leading global provider of information technologies that drive quality and productivity improvements across geospatial and industrial enterprise applications.
About MK Surveys
Established in 1972, MK Surveys are an independent survey and mapping company with their headquarters based in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire and regional offices in Oxford, East Midlands, West Midlands and Horsham. MK Surveys provide a cost competitive array of services across the UK and worldwide.
Services include: topographical surveys, measured building surveys, 3D laser scanning, mobile mapping, Surveys4BIM, 3D modelling (CAD / Revit), HDR (High Dynamic Range) imagery, utility surveys to PAS128 standard, adoption surveys, CCTV drainage surveys and GIS data capture & asset mapping.
Leica Geosystems Ltd
Hexagon House, Michigan Drive Tongwell, MK15 8HT, Milton Keynes
Phone: +44 1908 513406
1 Potters Lane, Kiln Farm,
Milton Keynes, MK11 3HE
Phone: +44 1908 565561
|Shane O'Regan - Solution Sales shaking hands with Stuart Dimond MK Survey Director|