Our LiDAR data is sourced from the Environment Agency, and available as a Digital Terrain Model (DTM) or Digital Surface Model (DSM).
DSM’s measure the height values of the first surface on the ground. This includes terrain features, buildings, vegetation and power lines etc. DSM’s therefore provide a topographic model of the earth’s surface.
DTM’s provide a topographic model of the bare earth / underlying terrain of the earth’s surface. They are usually derived from DSM’s by digitally removing the cultural (man-made) and vegetation features.
|Dataset||EA LiDAR Height Data|
|Resolution||25cm, 50cm, 1m & 2m|
|Accuracy||+/- 0.05 to 0.15m|
|Coverage||England & Wales - Pricing reflects coverage on site|
|Typical Delivery Time||Within 2 working days|
LiDAR Height Data is ready in a range suitable formats within minutes.Go to Promap
Exactly what it says on the tin, use the LiDAR data to display the land around your project.
Terrain plays a crucial part in flood modelling, we provide a range of resolutions to ensure you can choose the right data for your model.
Display your design in context with the surrounding terrain, use LiDAR data to get accurate line of sight projections.
Our high resolution digital terrain models will help you estimate volume of change as part of your analysis.
Updated every 6 weeks, MasterMap provides the most accurate view of the land. We also offer a range of other mapping layers to provide the full picture.Browse OS MasterMap
Available at a 5m or 50m resolution, Ordnance Survey Terrain data represent the physical landscape of Britain.Browse OS Terrain
A combination of three core Ordnance Survey products including MasterMap, Terrain 5 and MasterMap with Building Height AttributesBrowse 3D Data Bundle
High detail 3D models providing an accurate representation of the real-world.Browse Zmapping 3D Models