Laser scanning user stories
Laser scanning software Point-Cab
An important aspect of using laser scanning data in an efficient manner is the correct alignment and position of point clouds.
In this tutorial, the documented areas or rather the workspace, which is the project file that incorporates all laser scanner positions of a given project, is being aligned axially parallel. The correct alignment is a prerequisite to easily use laser scanning measurement results in the client's CAD program.
PointCab and Trimble (former Google) SketchUp work perfectly together via the Collada interface. For that purpose, you have to activate the creation of Collada (*.dae) files in PointCab. The tutorial shows how it works: http://www.pointcab-software.com/en/tutorials/cad-tutorials/sketchup-tutorials/
How fast can you survey an entire one family home by using laser scanning technology?
Time needed for survey:
1.5 hours for survey
1.5 hours for analysis of data
Results of laser scanning:
In the following, we want to present you a data example for the survey of a staircase. This inexpensive method enables very fast and reliable surveys in hard to reach areas of a building's complex structure.
The complete as-built documentation provides the base for future planning, design and construction. Real budgeted amounts are presuppositions to get the job done right, fast and economically.
A successfully entrance into 3D Laserscanning with training from Laserscanning Europe
One offering of Laserscanning Europe GmbH is specific Laser Scanning training. In June 2009, M7 Technologies in Youngstown, Ohio requested a customer-specific training for 3D Laser Scanning for industrial applications.
GTI Suez (Netherlands) is utilizing the consulting and training services of the Laserscanning Europe GmbH.