Powerful analysis and visualisation of your drone surveys. Virtual Surveyor is ideal for civil construction, infrastructure, mining and quarrying projects of any size.
From road surveying to topography mapping, volume calculations and cut/fill mapping, Virtual Surveyor gives you the tools to quickly and accurately track and optimise your project as it takes shape.
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Virtual Surveyor enables you to stitch together digital elevation models and orthophotos to create interactive 3D models of the surveyed area.
Draw points, point grids, lines and polygons in a realistic virtual environment. Save on the field work, save time and work from the comfort of your office with the ability to analyse the environment at different angles.
Tutorial – Road Surveying Part 1
Create a triangulation from your survey and verify instantly with with your terrain. Improve the model by adding points or break lines and triangulate again, giving you an accurate survey that truly represents the topography.
Create a TIN of a quarry
Simply create a centre line for the road, then add and densify section lines to create road surfaces quickly and accurately, modelled on the existing topography.
A road survey with section lines
Export your survey or triangulation directly to CAD/GIS or convert it to contours beforehand. Supports all common GIS, CAD and text formats.
Working with contours tutorial
Calculate your volume differences quickly and easily, identifying areas of change between drone surveys. Visualise changes over time as you build data sets to track progress of the project.
Regular drone surveys let you watch progress of your project as it develops. With the ability to look back on historic data, you have a comprehensive picture of the work undertaken at each stage.
Virtual Surveyor enables you to visualise different designs on the existing topography to optimise material movement and see how the design will change the existing landscape.
Visualise designs on the existing topography
Virtual Surveyor gives you the tools to quickly remove plant from your drone surveys, giving you accurate representation of volumes based on the topography alone.
Easily remove machinery from your drone survey
3 methods to remove a conveyor
Modify terrain with triangulation
Create a new topography
Terrain operations with breaklines
With Virtual Surveyor’s built-in productivity tools, you simply need to review, remove and add some points or break lines to complete your survey tasks. Let the software take care of the rest!
Essential for creating an accurate surface model, breaklines mark a change in slope. With the guided breakline tool, just draw the first segment of your break line to give the direction and let Virtual Surveyor complete the job.
Guided breakline drawing in Virtual Surveyor
Q-points refer to the most critical points that describe your surveyed topography. Virtual Surveyor’s Q-Points algorithm extracts these points in minutes for you to review and adjust as required to produce a final surface. Huge time savings to be gained!
Q-Points tips and tricks
Valley lets you see and share your survey drone data completely free of charge.
Virtual Surveyor’s free Valley plan
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