MJ owns and maintains the latest, technologically advanced survey equipment and software, which is continuously upgraded to maintain a competitive edge.
MJ's wide-variety of clientele requires us to use the latest, state-of-the-art electronic survey equipment and application software available, including the use of mobile and static 3D laser scanning (LiDAR), Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), GPS technology, scanning total stations, data collectors, AutoCAD Civil 3D and MicroStation CAD platforms.
BENEFITS OF OUR TECH
Precise project data points and panoramic photos are rapidly collected and processed by MJ’s highly skilled in-house technicians.
MJ’s field crews avoid hazardous
situations, while safely collecting large
amounts of measurement data.
Accurate data collection, computing
power and speedy deliverables reduce
rework and accelerate project timelines.
3D data collection creates detailed
graphics and illustrations that are easy to interpret.
MJ’s licensed surveyors, with an average
of 25 years experience, oversee and
direct all work.
MJ utilizes 3D laser scanning and mobile mapping technology in a variety of applications. It is ideal for surveying infrastructure corridors including roads, rail, pipelines and utility lines. When used in conjunction with the latest point cloud data extraction software, mobile mapping allows for the automation of many traditionally labor intensive processes.
TRIDENT is web-based software-as-a-service (Saas) developed by MJ's in-house team of geospatial professionals. TRIDENT offers users the ability to remotely explore a digital twin via 3D LiDAR laser scan point clouds and 360° panoramic photos. TRIDENT is an immersive digital twin viewer on its own, or a valuable companion to construction coordination, GIS asset inventory, and engineering design projects.
MJ utilizes small unmanned aircraft vehicles (UAV), more commonly referred to as drones, to capture video and still imagery for a variety of projects. This technology allows MJ to collect spatial and visual data from varying elevations. Utilization of photogrammetry software allows us to capture precise measurements and construct accurate 3D models with acquired drone imagery.