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3D laser scanner allows us to capture nearly one million points a second. By utilising this powerful technology, we can easily capture as-built detailed information, dramatically reducing project timescales and costs allowing a quality of data recording that would have been impossible a few years ago. Compared to traditional total station surveys, 3D laser scanner allows to reduce timescales by up to 80%, obtaining unsurpassed data quality.
By providing the Customer with a detailed "as-built" knowledge of the plant, 3D laser scanning mitigates project risks and reduces design rework thereby reducing costs, time and possible mistakes.
The benefits of 3D laser scanning are so substantial that more and more plant owners are getting lasers scanner data as key part of their asset management strategy. Laser scan data, and the derived models, form a key element of the strategy to manage plant throughout its life cycle.
Generally the 3D point clouds are only a preliminary step for further 3D modelling: the two examples above show the process of modelling within the bubble-view, constructing the model with a direct match with the corresponding point cloud. In these examples the model entities (pipes, flanges etc.) that can be either PDMS entities, Plant 3D, Revit entities or simply Autocad 3D entities, are the coloured parts that, being directly drawn superimposed to the point clouds (grayscale points), perfectly fit the actual as built situation.