3D laser scanning

3D laser scanning of objects and creating a precise cloud of points of any size - from an industrial machine, through a historic building, to a production plant, steelworks or power plant.

The point cloud can be used as a basis for preparation:





3D laser scanning

3D laser scanning is an innovative method of documenting the actual state of various objects in the form of a point cloud. All scanners are portable instruments allowing to work in different conditions. By placing the scanner at an appropriate distance (depending on the size of the object being scanned), a pulse or phase measurement of X, Y, Z coordinates is performed, which are saved as a point cloud. After processing in the process of triangulation, which converts the virtual object into a description in the form of a triangular grid, the surface of the three-dimensional object is obtained, which can be saved in popular 3D object formats (*VRML, *IGES, *DXF). 3D data ( X, Y, Z) from measurements can be imported into CAD or 3D MODELS programs. We prepare 3D models mainly in programs: Revit and Archicad.

3D terrestrial laser scanning (TLS)

3D Terrestrial Laser Scanning (TLS) provides highly accurate, 3D images allowing designers, for example, to work directly on real models, supporting the design process. The scanners are used in surveying, general construction, road construction, architecture, archaeology, industry, power engineering, etc. Wherever information about objects and their spatial location is required. On the basis of the measurement results we also carry out analyses, generate 2D drawings, check the collision with designs. The decision making processes using this technique are much less risky. We also use mobile 3D laser scanning technology (MLS). The system for mobile 3D laser scanning can be mounted on a car, rail vehicle or even boat. It all depends on which object is of interest to our customer. On the basis of the collected data we selectively approach the issue which is crucial. For each client, we work out individually how to process and present the data. All of this is to help us in the implementation of tasks.

We invite you to our YouTube channel or to our blog, where we present selected projects.