Our Well-Crafted Execution Method
Planning: Our survey team will first assess the site and determine the best approach for capturing the required data. This may involve selecting the appropriate scanning equipment, determining the scan positions, and identifying any potential safety hazards or access issues.
Scanning: Our surveyors will then use laser scanners or similar equipment to capture a large number of individual data points from various angles and positions. These scanners use a combination of lasers and cameras to create a virtual 3D model of the space or object.
Data Processing: The data captured during the scanning process is then processed using specialised software to create a point cloud model. This involves aligning and merging the individual scans to create a complete three-dimensional representation of the space or object.
Model Creation: After the point cloud data has been processed, our team uses specialised software to create a detailed three-dimensional model. This can be used for several applications, such as design, analysis, and visualisation.
Data Analysis: The data gathered through the point cloud survey can be analysed and manipulated using specialised software to extract a wide range of information, such as distances, volumes, and surface areas.
Multidimensional Uses of Point Cloud Survey
Architecture and Construction: Point cloud surveys are commonly used in architecture and construction to create highly accurate and detailed models of existing buildings, structures, and construction sites. These models can be used for design and planning purposes, as well as to aid in construction coordination and project management.
Engineering: Point cloud surveys are also used in engineering to create detailed models of mechanical and electrical systems, as well as to assess the condition of infrastructure such as bridges, roads, and pipelines.