3D laser scanning is a modern measurement technology. It allows us to obtain precise data about buildings and facilities in a very quick manner. 3D scanning gives the possibility of registering up to 1 000 000 points per second. This shortens the time of measurement, which additionally leads to the faster: preparation of the design, execution and creation of as-built and project documentation. Moreover this technology allows designing during the construction process as well as monitor the execution of current building works.
When scanning a building or a facility we obtain a cloud of points. Each point has XYZ coordinates in a reference system and the color information which is obtained in high-resolution images taken by the scanner. The result of the combination of point clouds are 2D objects (projections, sections, 2D documentation) or three-dimensional 3D models, which are suitable to convert in the CAD system.
Purpose and function:
Marine & Offshore
We perform the following:
- inventory of buildings, measurements, visualizations of facilities and objects (monuments, ships, masts, installations, etc.);
- 3D inventory of interiors;
- measurements of roof structures;
- control and measure deformations;
- control and measure engineering structures;
- measurements of heaps of coal, aggregate, gravel, wood;
- calculation of the volume of earth masses;
- geodetic control measurements;
- establish the realization matrix;
- GPS measurements;
- 3D inventory measurements – e.g. technological lines, monuments, factories, industrial plants;
- control and measure deformations and engineering structures;
- calculate earth mass volumes by using 3D modelling.
- speed – even 1,000,000 points per second;
- safety – we use a scanner with a cutting edge laser system, safe for the human eye;
- millimeter precision;
- no generalization of the acquired data;
- easiness in analysing the acquired data;
- professional data storage, CAD system access;
- decreases the costs of information collection;
- mobile and versatile technology;
- non-invasiveness in the measured objects;
- easy dimensioning of complex and difficult to access elements;
- versatile application – from the general to the detailed.