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Technology Software for Surveying and Engineering at InSite

Powerful Software

Investing in powerful tools keeps InSite ahead of the technology curve - giving our clients the advantage on all projects we're involved in. The ability to generate customized maps of a project site saves time & money for the entire project team and ownership.

Arcview GIS Mapping Software is used at InSite Engineering

ArcView GIS Mapping Software

  • Detailed Satellite imagery
  • Current Street imagery
  • Topography
  • Environmental sensitive areas
  • Municipal and state boundaries
AutoCAD Civil 3D software technology at InSite helps visualize and analyze your space

Autocad Civil 3D (2018)

  • Civil Design more efficiently
  • High Quality Drafting & Documentation
  • Visualization & Analysis tools to improve Project Delivery
  • Coordinated workflow & collaboration options
Drone and UAVs make mapping and surveying easier

Drones & Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

Drones are steadily making its presence felt in in civil engineering industry, greatly influencing the design, development, and surveying of civil engineering projects. At InSite, we use commercial drones for land surveying. This allows us to capture data that can be used in a wide-variety of mapping applications:

Automated mapping
Plan a flight path allowing the drone to fly autonomously

Cadastral surveying
Identify boundaries and property assets

LiDAR mapping
Capturing precise digital representation of objects, buildings, and the ground

Volumetric calculations
Reference points, safer data collection methods and accurate readings


  • Reduce Time Spent Collecting Data
  • View Real-Time Spatial Data
  • Survey Areas Quickly And Safely
3D Laser Scanning for speed and accuracy in engineering

3D Laser Scanning

When it comes to executing a civil engineering project, one of the greatest challenges can be the sheer amount of land that needs to be surveyed. Time = Money, having the 3D Laser Scanning capability allows InSite to survey large areas in a short period of time.

Faster and more economical than conventional field measuring and surveying techniques.

Statistical "best fit" positions and dimensions can be computed to locate features and determine feature sizes and shapes.

Three-dimensional coordinates are captured from all exposed surfaces within the scanner's range and field of view at a high level of detail

Can "see" up to 300 yards. Work interruptions or facility downtime to accommodate surveying is virtually eliminated.

Entering roadways, working from elevated positions or near hazards is largely eliminated.

Scan data and derivative models can be re-used for later unanticipated inquiries.

Laser scanning can support land surveying, 3-D modeling, Facility Information Management, Building Information Modeling (BIM), forensics, and much more.