Track Access Services are supporting rail development schemes with the latest laser scanning and digital modelling techniques, enabling the use of reality modelling throughout planning and construction.
Laser canning provides point cloud data that can be output in mulitple formats, used to extract wire frame and construct 3D models. Accurate virtual railway models with simulated signalling can be used by the infrastructure owners, their contractors and the train and fright operating companies throughout the life cycle of development projects; from deisng, through to signal sighting and on into driver training and simulation.
Coverage has been published in the Nov/Dec issue of GeoConnexion International, click here to read the full article.
TAS News Blog
- London Bridge Station set to open in January
- Track Access and Pennant demo VR at Derby RIN Event
- Laser Survey and Modelling coverage in GeoConnexion