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3D Laser Scanning

What is 3D Laser Scanning?

For surveying existing objects, we use 3D laser scanning technology in combination with photogrammetry and classical geodetic methods.   Data collection is several times faster when compared to classical methods and allows for a more complex survey – a 3D model. Scanning is possible even when the object is in full operation. The output from the laser measurement is a 3D model of the scanned object in the form of a point cloud, which can be imported into your CAD and BIM software. The measurements can be georeferenced in the local coordinate system or connected to the S-JTSK coordinate system and the Bpv elevation system. The entire project can be georeferenced retroactively using identical points.

Applications for 3D Laser Scanning

  • Documentation of technology, facilities or buildings
  • Analysis of current construction
  • Mapping and deformation analysis of objects
  • Data for facility management (CAD, BIM, GIS)
  • As-Built documentation (CAD, BIM)
  • Terrain analysis and digital modelling of terrain
  • Determination of leasable areas (BOMA, GIF, RICS, IMPS)
  • 3D printing of the scanned object
  • Reverse engineering

Pointcloud