Terrestrial mapping in 3D laser scanning is a powerful technology that allows for the precise measurement and mapping of the earth's surface. It is commonly used in a variety of fields such as surveying, civil engineering, architecture, and archaeology.
The process of terrestrial mapping in 3D laser scanning begins with the use of a laser scanner. This device emits a beam of laser light that is reflected off of the surface of the earth.
The scanner then measures the time it takes for the light to return to the device, which is used to calculate the distance between the scanner and the surface.
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