Capturing accurate measurement data
PointSCAN obtain fast and accurate on-site measurements and visual imagery safely from a single 3D laser survey for clients from various industries throughout he UK. Professional on-site services completed by qualified site teams work with your site management to minimise any disruption to normal daily activities.
How it works
By projecting a laser at an object the scanner detects and records changes to the wavelength as the light hits a surface. Multiply this several million times and rotate through 360 degrees and you build up an accurate model of its surroundings.
This is a post-site process by which all the individual scans are knitted together to form a single model called a point cloud. On-site targets and spheres are used to aid the registration process.
With an accuracy of up to +/- 2mm. Full colour imagery can be applied allowing for additional panoramic viewing and with a range of up to 330m entire sites can be fast and efficiently.
Benefits of 3D laser survey acqusition.
Traditional survey acquisition may require plant and equipment to be isolated or production shut down to allow for a survey to be completed. 3D laser surveys can be accessed from a safe location minimising any disruption or downtime.
Although surveys can only record line of site, several scans are taken from different locations and combined together to make a 3D model.acquisition
Survey targets and spheres are used on site to collate multiple scans together.
Survey information can be registered to a local grid format. Where specified GPS data can be acquired to align to National Ordnance Survey coordinates allowing 3D modelling data to be easily incorporated into existing applications.
Digital on-site measurement data provides an almost limitless scan data sharing via webshare cloud makes the laser scanning solution truly mobile. Complement this with our in-house CAD resources, which are able to complete complex 3D models, inspection surveys through to finalized as-built documentation in multiple output formats.
Working at Heights
Reduce the need of working at heights. With Faro x330 laser scanners capable of measuring up to 330m we can minimise the need for high level access by capturing 3D scan data from a safe working position on the ground.
View more 3D point cloud models on our YouTube Channel