3D Laser Scanning
3D Surveys for state-of-the-art scanning
Our 3D Laser Scanning service enables us to quickly and accurately obtain a wealth of information about the actual state of a site, structure or object and its three-dimensional geometry, in order to carry out any type of architectural and design project in innovative ways.
We supply a 3D Laser Scanning Service for all types of structures: Residential buildings (Houses, Villas, Apartments, Rustic buildings, Farmhouses, etc.) / Historic and Culturalbuildings (Monuments, Theatres, Museums, Archeological sites, etc) / Buildings of worship (Churches, Cattedrals, Temples) / Commercial Architecture (Hotels, Offices, Shops, Restaurants andCoffee bars, Shopping Centres) / Boating and Transport (Yachts, Cruise Ships, Passenger and Merchant ships, Aeroplanes, Cars) / Industryand Energy(Assembley lines, Production Areas, Industrial Plants, Chemical and Mining Plants) / Design (Objects, Design Elements, Furniture and Furnishings, Works of Art, etc.)
A valuable support
The 3D laser survey gives valuable support to new projects, renovations or extensions, feasibility and environmental impact studies of a project, documentation of residential and industrial facilities. Scanning generates a pointcloud from which high-precision 2D CAD documentation (floor plans, layouts, elevations and cross-sections) and 3D models can be easily extracted to draw up technical documentation, interior design projects, construction management and remote monitoring of progress.
Real time efficiency
Maximum efficiency and speed of service
During on-site surveys, the Laser Scanner wirelessly transmits all scan data to the software for real-time processing and recording, providing speedy, accurate object configuration. Both the recording of measurements and the integration of surveys from multiple stations are automated, excluding human error.
All measurements are taken onceonly, avoiding return visits to the site. Once scanning has taken place, 3D reports produce a very large amount of information on the location and on each individual object (floor and wall details, furniture, mosaics, frescoes, architectural design items, etc.) as well as on power supply systems (electric cables, pipes, radiators, etc.), which will form a valuable database that can be consulted at any time without having to return to the survey site, which is also useful for future renovation work, additions or carrying out checks.