In continuous effort of the company to provide excellent services to the public, RASA Surveying completed the 2015 Partner Certification Training by DigitalGlobe.
DigitalGlobe is the global leader in providing high resolutions satellite imagery, aerial photos and geospatial content. DigitalGlobe owns and operates six (6) satellite sensors ((Ikonos, Geoeye, QuickBird, WorldView 1, WorldView 2 and Worldview 3) which provide the highest resolution, 30 cm resolution and largest archive of satellite imagery, more than 33x the landmass of the Earth.
Technology with high-precision 3D measurement, imaging and comparison of parts and compound structures within production and quality assurance processes. Our devices are used for inspecting components and assemblies, production planning, documenting large volume spaces or structures in 3D, and more. Our 3D measurement technology allows companies to maximize efficiencies and improve processes.
Some products define an era. Others create a new one. Our IS Imaging Station are scanning, robotic and reflectorless imaging station. Its only limit your imagination to captured imagery.
Our IS scanner combines the best of two worlds, advanced imaging and high-accuracy surveying, incorporating real-time field imagery with spatial data. Our IS's functionality controlled using our exclusive ImageMaster software that produces "photography with dimension", a revolutionary and cost effective alternative to laser scanning.
With a rotating head giving 360-degree scanning, high accuracy and the compact incorporation of leading global navigation satellite system (GNSS) and inertial measurement unit (IMU) technology, Our GPR deliver the performance, portability and price customers need to complete work efficiently.
High-grade resistance to water and dust means Our units can be used safely, accurately and without damage, where previously surveying was hazardous or time consuming.
We at RASA Survey require the highest accuracy and work more efficiently, We sets a new standard in mapping and surveying by combining a robust and highly user-friendly system with a custom-designed camera that offers the most impressive survey by using the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle ("UAV") or aerial drone in the Philippines.