ACCURATE AS-BUILT SURVEYS WITH POINT CLOUD TECHNOLOGY
REGISTERED POINT CLOUD
In industrial applications, 3D scanning is used for reverse engineering, quality control, prototyping, and product development, reconstruction etc. It allows businesses to receive accurate and detailed scans of their products, machines, and structures, helping them to identify and solve problems, optimize performance and reduce costs. We also create precise 3D models based on point cloud scans, which is a very useful tool for product design, machine design, architectural design, and more. It allows businesses to visualize and test their designs, optimize performance, and reduce time-to-market.
OUR COMPANY has a wealth of experience in industrial 3D laser scanning, providing as-built surveys for ships, factories, industrial facilities, and more. We use precise instruments for scanning and survey control to ensure the accuracy of information in tight tolerance industrial plant environments. Our workflows guarantee that scan registration results are within tolerance. Additionally, point cloud data can be used to create accurate 3D models of the environment, providing a clear picture of the space and allowing installers to plan their work with confidence. This can lead to a more efficient installation process and a higher-quality end result.
SERVICES WE PROVIDE:
● Registered point cloud in various formats● Control and scan registration reports● MESH and CAD models● 2D drawings● Plant section designs● Comprehensive industrial site mapping with unified coordinates● Any other related services (by request)
BENEFITS OF 3D LASER SCANNING:
⦿ Data Drawdown
During a project or as funds become available, the scan data can be used to extract relevant products without the need for expensive revisits to the site. For example, basic planning elevations can be upgraded to full architectural details once planning is approved.
⦿ Multiple Products
The data obtained from a single scan can be used to generate multiple products, including 2D elevation drawings, 3D topographical surveys, and DTMs.
⦿ Time and cost savings
By reducing the time spent on site, we can achieve greater efficiencies. This allows multiple production staff to access the dataset at the same time, which can significantly shorten project timeframes.
Complete acquisition of the geometry for intricate and irregular forms.
⦿ Ease of Sharing
The data can be readily shared and reviewed by all parties involved.
The data can be captured in a non-intrusive, safe, and remote manner.
The probability of design errors is reduced