Aplitop - Solutions -Water and Energy

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Water and Energy

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Our technological base makes us attach great importance to I + D + i with direct application to the Topography sector.

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Solutions to simplify the work of technical offices of public or private companies supplying water, sanitation, gas, electricity, telecommunications, etc.

Water and Energy

  • TcpGPS easily allows the data collection of network elements, pipelines and installations with GNSS receiver, using user-defined coding
  • MDT can process these surveys to obtain the current status and serve as a basis for the preparation of plans to improve and expand the network, draw pipe profiles, calculate earthworks volumes, generate coordinate reports, etc. The design can be exported for setting-out on site using the same field applications
  • If the data has been collected using LIDAR technology, Tcp PointCloud Editor allows you to filter data by categories, and derive profiles directly from the point cloud
  • For facilities such as solar photovoltaic plants, terrain analysis tools easily map slopes, orientations, visibility, etc.
Water and Energy

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If you have any specific questions about your needs, or if you already have it clear and want to buy the application, do not hesitate. Contact us and we will be happy to assist you.

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Tcp PointCloud Editor
Tcp PointCloud Editor

Editing, filtering and managing point clouds

Case Studies

Vaqueiros (Portugal)
Vaqueiros (Portugal)

The Solara 4 plant, located in the town of Vaqueiros (Alcoutim) in the Faro district (Portugal) is the largest facility in Europe of this type built without public aid. It is made up of 661,500 high-efficiency photovoltaic modules, with an installed power of 220 MWp and an estimated production of 380,000,000 kWh / year, enough to generate renewable energy to supply more than 100,000 homes.

Billeberga (Sweden)
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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