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Geospatial data acquistion

Jakarto’s mobile units capture high definition geographic data in 3D.

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Geospatial data
Jakarto data
Geospatial data usage

Data usage

Geospatial data processing

Data processing

Geospatial data acquisition

Data acquisition

Jakarto’s mobile mapping units

Mobile mapping units and data acquisition

How does it work?

A mobile mapping unit (MMU) is a vehicle with integrated capture systems (LiDAR, radars, cameras). It collects data and georeferenced images to build digital maps.

These systems comprise of synchronized navigation and imagery sensors.

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Digital twin city

Jakarto’s mobile mapping units

Jakarto data captured by the MMUs precisely reproduce what the various sensors can see and detect from the road, allowing the generation of a digital twin of the territory covered.

Jakarto’s mobile mapping units
2,000,000 measurements per second
Jakarto Coverage
Ability to capture 150,000 km per year
Geographical positioning accuracy of 2-3 cm
Scans at speeds at
20-30 km/h
Jakarto Coverage
System operates during all four seasons
Centimetre-precision measurements
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What makes our MMUs so unique?


Our units can capture the necessary data for any object in a defined environment. Analyze and measure exactly what you need.


No road obstruction! Because our units are mobile, they capture data without slowing down traffic.


As far as accuracy goes, our units are second to none. The margin of error is less than 1 mm in a 10-meter capture and less than 3 mm in a 50-meter capture. 

Our 4K cameras even read the fine print!


In urban settings, our units take precise readings when moving at an average speed of 30 km/h. Unlike other traditional methods of collecting data, our mobile solutions let you capture at the speed of steady traffic.

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What’s the process for gathering data to create a digital twin?

Jakarto’s mobile mapping units

1. Capture
Our vehicles are equipped with LiDAR systems, which carry out the topographic survey


2. Validate
Once collected, the data are validated to ensure objects have been captured with an accuracy of 2-5 cm.

3D geospatial data

3. Integrate
The Jakarto team then integrates the information collected by LiDAR into the digital twin!

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