Monitoring of construction and installation works using laser scanning allows you to regularly update the information about the current state of construction, control the progress of work, and quickly adjust the calendar and network schedule. 3D scanning enables you to quickly get an answer not only to the question “what was built?”, but also to the question “how was it built?”. Combining "as is" or "as built" models with the "as designed" design model allows you to detect clashes, construction errors at an early stage, and reduce the risk of going beyond the construction schedule and budget.
Laser Scanning gives an exact picture of the situation with exact measurements, where the conventional measuring techniques are very tedious.
A 3D model of an existing production facility allows not only to design the reconstruction correctly, but also to reduce the cost of eliminating collisions at the stage of construction and installation work significantly (from 0.3% to 10%), which ultimately reduces the cost and speeds up the entire process of the enterprise reconstruction.
Laser scan gives the information about the as-built precise location of different elements of the building. All the elements necessary for maintenance and operation of the building can be modeled accompanied by all the necessary information (such as the system parameters, sizes and even the documents). When the building is modeled this way (BIM for FM), it can be used for more efficient maintenance and operation of a separate building or a portfolio of the buildings.
Laser Scanning Advantages
There are so many advantages over the ordinary survey process. The main are: