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Surveying applications

MDT, used by thousands of users around the world, is a one-stop solution for carrying out all types of topographic projects, making everything possible from modelling the terrain of a plot to executing complex road or urbanisation projects.

Tunnel Applications

Our solutions give you simple and rigorous control when building tunnels for roads, railways, underground mines and galleries, with total stations or 3D scanners.

Innovation

APLITOP, as a technology-based company, attaches great importance to the R+D+i with direct application of the Surveying sector, participating in both public initiative projects and other projects with its own funding.

BIM

APLITOP actively participates with buildingSMART International to implement IFC Alignment and IFC Road formats, to be used in the open data exchange of terrain surfaces, roads, railways, tunnels, etc.

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Case Studies

Photovoltaic Plant

Billeberga (Sweden)

The project consisted of the assembly of solar modules for the photovoltaic plant in Billeberga, Sweden. 1,800 points were staked out to locate the double pilings or drives of the fixed metal structures. The difference between the front and rear pilings had to be 45º, so that the panels had the same inclination, and always oriented towards the south, in order to achieve the best light capture.

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