Laser scanning belongs to modern spatial data collection methods. The measurement is characterised by a high density of scanned spatial points. A detailed 3D model displaying a measured object with millimetre preciseness can be obtained from these data.
The scanning results is a cloud of points where each point is represented by its spatial position and other attributes which form a three-dimensional picture of the scanned objects.
- Exact as-built documentation.
- Measurement with 4 mm preciseness.
- Measurement at operation of equipment.
- Results can be imported to CADs.
- Technological measurement also at heights.
- Completion of as-built documentation.
- Materials for designing and modelling of pipelines and structures.
- Survey of technologies and pipes.
- Enhancement of civil structures’ administration effectiveness.
- Determination of deformations at monitoring a life cycle and time-dependent reshaping of structures exposed to extreme conditions.
- The model is exported to the 3D PDF format that can be viewed by any user.
- The model is exported to various CAD formats for designers.
- A full-scope LGS file is created that can be viewed in JetStreamViewer.
- Data can be uploaded to a company server wherefrom they can be viewed directly through Internet Explorer. The user can measure distances and move in the space using the data.
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