TOTAL TIME SPENT
2 days of scanning – 1 person, 14 days office work – 3 people
Geometry for AVEVA PDMS, High-detail 3D model, registered point cloud (200 scans), deformation analysis
3D scanning technology has revolutionized the way architects and engineers approach large-scale projects, such as city planning and development. With the ability to capture and analyze detailed spatial data, 3D scanning has become an essential tool for accurately measuring and modeling entire cities.
By using 3D scanners, architects and engineers can create comprehensive 3D models of city landscapes, buildings, and infrastructure. This technology allows for precise measurement and analysis of a city's features, enabling design professionals to develop better-informed plans for city growth, redevelopment, and improvement.
Additionally, 3D scanning can assist in identifying potential issues in a city's infrastructure, such as outdated or damaged buildings, and help inform decisions around how to address them. The technology can also be used for historical preservation, enabling architects and engineers to capture and preserve important architectural and cultural landmarks.