More than 15 years providing municipalities and public administration with geospatial projects and surveys.
Dielmo 3D assists any public and private entity with their strategic action plans, urban planning or environmental studies among others. Surveying and mapping for public administration is collaboration that requires high knowledge in all stages of a LIDAR and photogrammetry project. From stage 0 to final product delivery, we provide all our experience, resources and knowledge to guarantee an optimal result.
Optimized geospatial processing services for Survey companies and public administration, engineering, and other customers worldwide.
Converting raw point clouds into valuable 3D information for utilities at any level.
More than 1 Million Ha experience in 2D and 3D vector mapping from 1:200 scale.
High precision Digital Elevation Models for new power line works and design.
Orthomosaic generation and photogrammetric services.
Our systems have been tested and refined. We implement exhaustive quality controls at every step of production. This ensures 99.9% accuracy in power line inspection. Our production team is committed to working with our ISO 9001 quality standards.
Our experience and production capacity in this type of project is your guarantee of compliance with deadlines.
Customization of the product to meet your specification. We are not limited by the constraints in of off-the-shelf software. Our R&D Department develops what our clients need.
We are able to spin up additional servers on demand using parallel computing and our own software, if we need to meet very short deadlines. All in house.
Our service is not the cheapest, but cheap service can be the most expensive if you are penalised for non-deliveries, unexpected errors, etc leading to the loss of the customer.
If you are an acquisition company and work seasonally, you do not need to maintain specialised staff all year round for processing. We are your contracted processing team.
Geo-Viewer for the visualization of geographic information through the internet.