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Tag: LiDAR dataset

TasRail Undertakes Network Wide MLS Project

May 2022 Our team has recently completed an MLS recording campaign across the TasRail network, following on from a previous campaign carried out some years ago. The MLS project will give TasRail up-to-date imagery and LiDAR datasets across approximately 630 km of the freight network. Agonics will also be undertaking downstream processing and analysis of…
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Agonics Insight – Getting Actionable Information from LiDAR Data

October 2021 There is little doubt that LiDAR is playing an increasingly important role in day-to-day rail maintenance and planning. In Australia we see a strong desire amongst our rail clients to leverage LiDAR more in their business, but LiDAR datasets alone are only part of the story. We asked Agonics Technical Director, David Presley,…
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Case Study – ARTC ATMS

Agonics experts deliver critical digital datasets to power new Advanced Train Management System (ATMS)

Tom Martin

Tom Martin, our engineering undergraduate at Monash

NOVEMBER 2022 “I joined Agonics because I wanted to get some practical, real-world experience relevant to my degree. When I first started at Agonics, I did not really know that much about surveying on rail networks, but the team at Agonics has made it fun to learn about how such projects operate while offering very…
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Powerline Clearance Assessments

OCT 2022 To assist in the planning of a significant track capacity upgrade, Agonics’ client McConnell Dowell required an audit of the powerlines that crossed the rail corridor between Craigieburn and Wodonga – a distance of approximately 280km.  What we did There were numerous low voltage, high voltage and transmission powerlines that passed over the…
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Case Study –Metro Trains Melbourne LiDAR Survey

Agonics extracts detailed information on trackside structures from LiDAR to inform MTM engineering design

Sydney Trains – LiDAR & Imagery

Agonics team performs whole of network imagery and LiDAR survey