3D Laser scanning allows us to create high-density and accurate 3D point clouds. Laser scanning is used to collect topographic and as-built information.
BENEFITS OF LASER SCANNING
HIGHLY DETAILED: Collected at a rate of 2 million points per second, laser scanning offers an incredible level of detail.
SAFETY: 3D scanning allows surveying of high traffic or inaccessible areas quickly and accurately.
ECONOMICAL: We capture essentially all features in one visit. If you require more details from the site, we are able to access the model in our office– no additional field visits required.
WHEN CAN LASER SCANNING BE USED?
3D Laser scanning can be beneficial for many applications. Here are just a few examples:
INDUSTRIAL (PIPING, EQUIPMENT): Quick and accurate as-builts of complex pipework in plants
BIM: Laser scanning is the first step to creating a Building Information Model (BIM).
FLOOR FLATNESS (FL) and FLOOR LEVELNESS (FL): The most (~1mm) accurate method currently available as it is not subject to calibration errors associated with conventional dipstick instruments. This allows us to identify slab deficiencies and stake them out for corrections.
LANDSCAPE DESIGN / HERITAGE ACT PRESERVATION: Noninvasive and precise.