Located on the River Clyde, 42 miles west of Edinburgh and 397 miles north of London, Glasgow is Scotland's largest city. It is noted for its industrial heritage, and architecture.
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:
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.
Using laser scanning, we can produce accurate computer-aided design (CAD) drawings, with all site measurements displayed and fully scaled 3D drawings to give you a true oversight of the site features. For difficult to reach areas, we can make use of drone technology to complete laser scanning and get accurate detail of an area.
Our Point Cloud formats include (but are not limited to):