Bathymetric data is collected using various methods, including sonar systems, LiDAR, RTK GPS, and underwater robotic vehicles. The data is used for environmental conservation, resource management, infrastructure development, and scientific research.
Geomatics enables the creation of accurate 3D models of the tunnels or sewers. These models help optimize maintenance schedules and extend the lifespan of the infrastructure. These tools provide real-time data on the status of tunnels and sewers, aiding in rapid response to emergencies like blockages or flooding.
Geomatics is an integral part of modern mining operations, safe production, environmental stewardship, and effective management of mineral resources. By leveraging geospatial data and technologies, the mining industry can make informed decisions, enhance productivity, reduce risks, and minimize its environmental footprint.
Geomatics techniques help calculate the volume of water or sedimentation in the reservoirs. This is essential for water management, flood control and flood inundation maps. Anything that can affect the dam's storage capacity and efficiency has to be monitored.