REGISTERED POINT CLOUD
Measurement forms one of the key steps when renovating an existing building. It is the basis for the design and planning of a building project, and then for its execution. The quality of the recorded data is correspondingly important.
We provide many advantages in building renovation. Working with the laser scanner speeds up measurement in many cases, and hence can save costs. Data acquisition is extremely precise and usually more complete than with conventional processes. This ensures a greater degree of certainty in planning and execution.
The digital measurement data is available for further processing in all commonly used CAD applications, from the design process at the architect‘s through to construction and production planning in companies carrying out the work, such as in the metal-working industry. With digital measurement, all drawn plans can be refined. The level of detail can also be defined relatively freely, and can even be subsequently further refined. The data acquired on site is evaluated in the office.
This enables better time and cost planning for measurement work, and has the advantage that it is possible to take measurements in buildings which are in use, without interrupting operations for long periods of time.
We also score well in the monitoring of the execution process. When continuously deployed it enables 3D documentation of the construction progress. It records the area and thickness of clad, plastered or tiled wall and ceiling surfaces as well as of screed flooring or other floor coverings. In this way surface dimensions and volumes remain transparent, even after the work is completed. Disputed finished work dimensions such as varying plaster thicknesses can be reconstructed as needed with the aid of the building structure dimensions.
Once the building project has been completed, the 3D documentation with the actual data is available for further applications. This delivers some major advantages for facility management in particular.
• Fast and hence quality-effective measurement, rapid preparation of plans.
• The precise data represents an outstanding basis for planning and construction. This precision ensures higher quality in the implementation of the project.
• An ideal process, particularly when there are no up-to-date plans.
• Rapid and precise variance comparison in final building inspections.
• 3D documentation creates greater certainty for everyone involved.