Aerial Ground Survey Conducted Through Lase Technique, GPS Data


2021-03-09 07:55:25

Ground Survey Conducted Through Laser Technique For Bullet Train Project

Bullet Train Project: The required data is expected to be captured in two flights over 3-4 days.

The aerial light detection and ranging survey (LiDAR) survey for capturing the data related to the vertical profile of the Mumbai-Ahmedabad high-speed rail corridor started on March 8. According to a statement by the National High-Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL), responsible for executing the country’s first bullet train project, the study will help to set the vertical ground profile along the alignment, which will be the basis for subsequent design (including the pier design) along the high-speed rail corridor. (Also Read: Delhi-Varanasi High-Speed Corridor: Laser Technique Adopted For Ground Survey )

According to the statement shared by NHSRCL, the aerial LiDAR-based survey, with the LiDAR equipment and high-resolution camera mounted on an aircraft can cover 200 kms alignment in one day. The required data is expected to be captured in two flights over three to four days.



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