3D laser scanner
Reveal a building's specificities point by point
The 3D laser scanner, also called lasergrammetry, is used in the industrial, building and construction fields. In particular, it is used to make precise measurements of the environment, façades or interior volumes. It is also used in documentation preparation, deformation analysis of civil engineering works or metal structures and for monitoring construction progress.
This activity involves the use of a survey instrument that scans the space vertically and measures millions of points (up to 1,000,000/second) with a laser beam. At the end of the operation, an exhaustive scatter plot is obtained and then processed by means of CAD software.
The quality and reliability of the scanned information are guarantees for the planned budget and schedule. On-site hazardous operation phases are minimised and the means and logistics required for traditional surveys are divided by a factor of 4 to 5. In short, this technology implies lower financial costs for an optimum level of precision and security.