Topographic survey is a representation of specific part of land typically presented in a simplified form of a vector map. Topographic maps or plans are usually presented in scales of 1:200 to 1:500. Content of the maps varies greatly depending on the purpose of the map, some of them can include overhead and underground features indicating position of various services. Topographic surveys are most often carried out in appropriate national coordinate system, however using a local grid can be justified.
M3S Surveys carries out topographic surveys using standard instruments such as Total Stations and GNSS receivers and also utilising where applicable laser scanning and imagery captured with unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV). Final output is delivered digitally in two file formats, one is an editable vector file (2D or 3D) and the other is a ready to print PDF document. If UAV imagery was utilised for map production it is possible to produce an orthographic image to supplement vector files.
2D & 3D Topographical Drawing
Ortho Photo Base Layer