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The high-precision and long range laser scanner enables three dimensional mapping of the natural and built environment. The geometric parameters of the action areas are recorded that provide virtual access into the design area within the office environment.
POINT CLOUD TECHNOLOGY
Based on the laser distance measurement technology, spatial coordinates (x, y, z) of 50,000 points per second are recorded that can be transformed into any geodetic coordinate system using a GNSS receiver. The multitude of billions of points defines continuous surfaces since the points may achieve a density of 1 point / 1mm2.
Nowadays 3D planning has become an integral part of the engineering workflow. In contrast, the natural and built environment consists of up to two dimensional blueprints at will. Since archived plans are incomplete and may be inaccurate, before starting an investment a technical review is a must. Laser scanning enable to get an accurate picture of the current state and the designer can focus on value-creation planning within a short time.
360 DEGREE PANORAMIC PICTURES
The point cloud generated during the laser scanning does not contain any color. Subsequent to the laser survey, HDR spherical panorama photographs are taken in order to enable the true color display of the given virtual interface. To take photographs is not always recommended but it may help to determine the quality of materials later during later stages of planning, furthermore spatial objects can be more easily recognized.
BIG DATA MANAGEMENT
Surveying a given area generate billions of points that are recorded within a short period of time. Coordinates of these points result in several gigabytes of data that can be converted into easy-to-use files during the post production work. The main objective is to provide our partners with files which can be easily handled using a standard laptop.