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3D laser scanning is the fast acquisition of measured 3D-coordinated (XYZ) point data. We collect this using a 3D laser scanner on an object to create a point cloud.
The main uses of 3D laser scanning tend to be construction- and engineering-based applications. However, it can also be used in a wide variety of sectors, including:
This excellent scanner is perfect for ranges up to 120m and can perform sub-millimetre accuracy at a million points per second. It’s very fast, very accurate, and very reliable!
New to the market, this crossover total station/ 3D scanner is the very pinnacle of modern surveying technology and it is great when you need a bit more range. It can scan accurately up to 500m and although slightly slower in the field than the TX8, we have been getting amazing results from it at close range and long distance
3D laser scanning and Revit models go hand in hand, and this is why we offer a full Revit modelling service to any level of detail specification.