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Mobile LiDAR

Surveying in the Cloud

The Oregon Department of Transportation currently operates a Leica Pegasus:Two mobile scanner to gather survey grade data. The scanner generates a point cloud that accurately measures and models existing roadway conditions. This information can be used for:ODOT's mobile scanning unit: Leica Pegasus:Two

  • Project development;
  • Asset management;
  • Pavement evaluation;
  • Slide monitoring; and
  • Accident reconstruction.

ODOT is exploring how mobile scan data can complement data collection throughout the agency.

Along with the point cloud, the Pegasus:Two provides 360 degree digital imagery and has an optional downward facing pavement camera. It can be mounted on a variety of vehicles to easily complete otherwise labor intensive surveys.

Example of the point cloud data collected from a mobile mapping unit 
 

The long term vision for this technology is to provide a real time digital transportation system that provides a holistic view of transportation network assets.

Practical Uses for Mobile Mapping

ODOT used mobile mapping to evaluate those roadways impacted by the 2015 speed change law.  

Contact the Geometronics Unit

4040 Fairview Industrial Drive, MS 4
Salem, Oregon 97302
Phone: 503-986-3103
Fax: 503-986-3548

Program Lead

Phone: 503-986-3540

Resources and Related Content

National Cooperative Highway Research Program Report "Mobile LiDAR: Guidelines for the Use of Mobile LiDAR in Transportation"

FHWA Surveying

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