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In the construction industry, measurement is the core step of any project. 3D Laser Scanning makes it easy to measure and document across all industries.
With tools like Leica Geosystems’, BLK2GO, and BLK360, we can now execute during the design, construction, and maintenance cycles with higher quality.
Here's a breakdown of the architectural applications of 3D laser scanning and a look at some of the best scanning tools we use.
Point Cloud to BIM - Implementing 3D Laser Scanning creates a smooth BIM workflow, from the acquisition of data to a polished 3D Architectural Model.
Remodel Projects - From an initial massing study to a refined rendering of the site, Laser Scanning can aid in creating any type of project.
Design Phase - A registered point cloud contains data needed to save time and address new problems, eliminating repeat trips back to the site.
Construction Phase - Monitor construction progress and verify the accuracy of work; laser scanning provides comprehensive documentation of the site.
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Leica BLK2GO offers unprecedented efficiency.
The BLK2GO handheld imaging laser scanner captures spaces in 3D as you move. This lightweight scanning tool provides a solution for construction professionals who need to capture complex indoor spaces. Scan anywhere, including over and under objects, through rooms and doorways, around corners, and up and down stairwells.
The BLK2GO is simple, intuitive, and accurate. It offers guidance while scanning and communicates the device status and data quality, making it a simple process for beginners and experts.
Leica BLK360 offers a new way to capture the world around you.
Small, light, and easy to use, Leica BLK360 3D Laser Scanner, streams image, and point cloud data to an iPad. If you know how to operate a tablet, you can learn how to scan building projects using this tool. In less than three minutes, BLK360 captures on-the-fly images and point cloud processing in the field.
Curious to see how it works? Watch the explainer video here.