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3D Laser scanning services & As-Buit Surveys

We rebuild the geometry of elements and infrastructures using 3D laser scanner technology


The systems we use offer high-precision 3D data as well as images at a scanning speed of up to 1 million dots per second with a range of up to 330 m for color dot clouds with high level of detail and clarity Own of the real world. The great advantage is in the acquisition of data using these two techniques is based on the precision, density of the cloud of points, georeferencing and acquisition-processing times.

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Technical characteristics

  • Remote capture up to 330 meters away

  • Accuracy +/- 2 mm

  • The camera offers realistic color data up to 70 megapixels

  • Independent data capture to visibility or light conditions

3D Laser Scan - Point cloud: Digitization of infrastructure, architecture, heritage, industry and engineering | BIM (Building Information Modeling), 3D Buildings Scanning


Our work process

For most situations, a single scan will not produce a complete model of the object. Generally multiple shots, even hundreds, are required from many different directions to obtain information from all sides of the object. These scans are integrated into a common reference system by means of a process that is generally called alignment or registration, and which transforms the local coordinates of each socket into general coordinates of the model. The entire process from individual shots to a unified complete model defines the 3D model capture flow.

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