The results of a high definition scan can be used to create 3-D CAD models or plans, which document locations of various elements that can assist builders, designers, and home, commercial, or industrial space owners with redesign plans and even new development plans. 3D models can be made to showcase all the details of the scan, from the walls to the supporting columns, purlins, beams, steam lines, roof drains, electrical conduits, HVAC equipment, and other important elements that might be needed for the redesign process.
Conventional surveys would have people going to a structure to document observations and take field notes and hand measurements. Unintentional omissions are common in the data collected during these kinds of manual surveys. These are omissions that can only be rectified by a site revisit or a repeat measurement or survey, which will incur additional cost, in addition to the time lost in the project. Implementing high definition laser scanning can help eliminate these kinds of scenarios, speeding up the process and saving you a great deal of budget from trying to rectify possible errors. High definition laser scanning guarantees the efficient capture and documentation of all visible data.
Laser scanning also offers great use in many other industries. More than collecting data for documenting structures, it can also be an economical tool for different industries such as preservation and conservation, forensics, emergency management, rapid prototyping, pre-demolition, personal property assessment, restoration, archiving, and many other fields.
There are lots of professional companies providing high definition scanning for their clients. Go online and hire the best one for your scanning needs.