3D laser scanning
Terrestrial laser scanning (TLS)
Terrestrial laser scanning (TLS) is a non-contact 3D measurement technology. A laser beam emitted by a laser light source is used to determine the surface of objects in a raster-wise manner. The measurement process allows fast and efficient data acquisition e.g. on real objects, on a factory floor, on board of a ship or at a site of crime.
A laser scanner allows the determination of for instance complex and curved geometries, irregular designed rooms or faces of a building.
Based on 3D point clouds it is possible to create digital models of object surfaces, construction parts, plants or buildings.
Additionally the laser scanner takes digital images of the scanned areas. Therefore the 3D point cloud can be presented photo-realistic in colour and extended with textural information.
3D survey models
As a result of processing 3D point clouds with suitable software and own innovative solutions we establish and deliver digital 3D survey models of construction segments and buildings, ground plots and sectional drawings or further 3D documentations.
->see Reverse engineering
3D fabrication models
Using specific graphical software 3D fabrication models based on design and layout data and 3D survey models are developed.
In this regard we specialized in the challenging establishing of digital 3D fabrication models for flat and curved windows in shipbuilding (luxury yachts, river ships) or for special constructions in structural engineering.
-> see 3D modeling
3D quality control and comparision of products
To ensure predefined quality requirements the established 3D models are analyzed in different ways. We offer nominal/actual comparisons and analysis of deformations of different objects in industry or building.
-> see 3D quality control and comparision of products
Our 3D models and 3D analyzations are used for purposes of production and planning, documentation, preservation of evidence and further tasks. We deliver in different digital formats or as printed drawings.