Road inventory in Malta
More than 130 Km. of complete road survey in Malta with Mobile Mapping technology.
Geograma in facts
The objective was to inventory the most relevant elements of 130 km of roads, with a high density of these elements for each kilometer and the need to give control points to ensure the total precision of the project.
Geograma’s mobile mapping technology, in addition to offering great speed in development, provides numerous additional information with photos and point cloud, along with the security of not having to measure on land and without the need for traffic interruptions.
Geograma has participated in the topographic survey of more than 130 Km of the main roads that run through the islands of Malta and Gozo.
For the development of the project requested by the Malta Ministry of Transport in short-notice and record time, Geograma used its mobile mapping technology that provides security in the development and improvement of processes related to geographic information and land management.
"Thanks to the study performed prior to the project, Geograma was able to define the local coordinate system from the GPS measurements and control points, so that the generated topography could be accurately superimposed on the existing cartography in Malta"
The objective was to make the CAD plans of 130 km of roads, to position and inventory all the elements of interest in order to improve traffic management and project road enhancements and modifications with updated data, thanks to the complete data collection of the mobile Geograma mapping.
Geograma’s mobile mapping technology, in addition to offering great speed in development, provides numerous additional information with photos and point cloud, along with the security of not having to measure on foot and without the need for traffic interruptions.
The fieldwork was developed with Geograma’s Mobile Mapping technology, which consists of 3D scanning using mobile sensors, with data processing carried out in private facilities loated on the islands, and verification control points in the most critical areas. Classical topographic survey actions were also carried out in the most inaccessible areas.