Many beneficial technologies have emerged to aid in processes such as surveying, architectural design, and land or property evaluation. Among these options, 3D Laser Scanning Technology is used in several ways to help with the design and construction of buildings as well as for gaining survey information about a location. 3D Laser Scanning Technology makes it possible to provide real, life-like images of a piece of land, location, or existing building to make well-informed calculations and designs.
High speed 3d scanners are used to capture 3D images and data in real-time to provide accurate models of an area prior to or post construction. The approach is used in a number of industries including:
- Building Construction
- Bridge Design
- Water and Waste water plants
The type of 3D Laser Scanning Technology used depends on the industry as well as defined needs. For example, in architecture, 3D laser scans are used to superimpose a building image on a landscape with precise specifications to show what the finished project will look like. This is just one of the many applications of 3D Laser Scanning Technology.
How is 3D Laser Scanning Technology Used in Surveying
In surveying, laser scanning is used to document existing conditions in order to plan a project and create the initial design. It allows all the designers to see exactly what the actual conditions of the selected site look like in full 3D.
The results may be reviewed on a computer and incorporated into a 3D model at any time without requiring another site visit. Surveying companies gain these benefits with 3D Laser Scanning Technology:
- Decreased Field Time
- Increased Visibility and Understanding
- Accurate Spatial Reconstruction
- Higher Precision Data
So how do these benefits transfer to you the client when hiring a surveying provider? First, you gain highly accurate data that can be manipulated and applied to schematics or other processes via a computer. This takes less time and provides more accurate results when designing a building, planning construction for a site, or taking on a rennovation project. The scan delivers an accurate depiction of an area in as-is condition so the data may be applied accordingly in models. Additionally, clients can expect the following benefits:
- Lower Overall Risk
- Reduced Rework
- Decreased Project Costs
- Capture Existing Conditions in High Resolution
- Fewer Physical Site Visits
- Better Information Management During a Project
At LandAir Surveying we know how important it is to get the right data for successful project completion. Whether you need to verify the topology of a location or require building measurements for remodeling, we offer the use of 3D Laser Scanning Technology to deliver accurate, realistic data you can use throughout the development process. Contact us today to learn more!