Want to map an underground area? Did you know that direct excavation damage in the Netherlands annually costs 130 million? We’ll help you prevent this when you perform your operations. Or perhaps you do not know exactly which assets you have in an area, whereas this will become a legal obligation in 2027.
These are challenges that we resolve daily for our customers. MapXact is a market specialist in techniques for mapping objects under ground. It is our job to know which solutions area available worldwide so that you can implement the best option for your specific challenge.
This approach enables us to make unique measurements. Our technologies ensure high-quality scans in almost all soil layers in the Netherlands, and the data we measure are detailed. Our advanced software provides a first insight on the spot and within 30 minutes the first analysis can be made. Our innovative solution makes us less dependent on favourable weather conditions, a flat surface, perfect soil layers or the complexity of the number of assets.
We have proved in various cases that we achieve greater accuracy than other technologies. In short, MapXact underground gives you insight. Fast, accurate, anywhere.
Want to get a full overground picture of an area? Workers can thus get a look without visiting the site. Or they can check the quality of roads without needing to go there, or get an understanding of all objects and assets on the site.
Our MapXact team specialises in projects like these. You can map an area in any way you choose. We take high-resolution panorama photos so no time or money needs to be invested in site visits. We can help you reduce the number of project visits considerably.
With the photos we take, we offer you various solutions. We take photos whenever you need them. This means you always have up-to-the-minute information. We can also combine photos with existing models. This way you can see how your 3D models look in a real environment. Ideal for architects, project developers, advertising agencies, etc.
Point-cloud photos give a very accurate mapping of an area. Each point has its own XYZ coordinate, so these photos allow you to make very accurate measurements. You can also join a point to specific assets, such as a tree or a lamppost, so that comparisons can be made after a certain period of time. Subsidence can thus be tracked easily.