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3D Building Survey 2017: A New Dimension and Innovation in Surveying In 3D building survey, high definition survey like setting up instrument, measurement of height-of-instrument, and instrument orientation. When it comes to 3D building surveying, any exposed surface is remotely captured within minutes forming a dense and accurate 3D point cloud. Project designers directly benefit with a number of details provided by laser scanners, giving a scan rate of 50,000 points per second, covering a larger area in a shorter period of time. The resulting data allows more extraction of built-in information with higher confidence within the design team. There are many uses of 3D laser scanners most especially in surveying such as planning and design stages, site model 3D printing, rights of light reports, topographic surveys, detailed elevation surveys, artefact archives and heritage buildings, bidding process estimates, building information modelling, measured building surveys, as-built surveys for construction and engineering projects, volume surveys, MEP surveys, monitoring land deformation, archaeological sites surveys, accident investigation, post-construction scans for facilities management, and roads, tunnels, bridges, bridges, railways and quarries surveys. For safety, the 3D laser scanner can be remote, in order to avoid hazards and obstructions. A 3D laser scanner is beneficial in surveying potentially hazardous and inaccessible areas like railways, public roads, high-rise and general public places, because it uses a non-contact survey technique. The instruments used in 3D building surveying are highly efficient, versatile, accurate, and with multi-purpose features, capable of handling different civil engineering, building and plant projects. You can commission a 3D laser scan before the actual work starts to assist in logistics, in order to allow the designing team to obtain adjacent building heights and important dimensions. Digital surveys present a more comprehensive data capture service carrying out point cloud surveys, with the use of latest 3D laser scanning technology. Everything can be virtually mapped with a 3D scanner, from a very small industrial component to a large-scale city model. 3D laser scanners come with various capabilities, speed, ranges, durability and accuracies, and when a site or item is scanned, 3D data or point cloud is generated. With 3D scanners, it is possible to record surface reflectivity which generates an intensity value, along with inbuilt cameras, applying color in the form of an RGB value in each point. 3D laser scanning is rapidly replacing traditional methods of surveying because of superior accuracy and fast data capture rates. So for any type of land or building surveying, utilize 3D laser scanner for faster, accurate, reliable and precise results. Feel free to contact us or view our website for more information about 3D topographical surveying.Lessons Learned from Years with Surveyors

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