3D Scanning

JSC "GIAP" renders services for 3D scanning of various objects.

Laser scanning allows you to obtain an accurate and detailed computer copy of the customer's real object in its true dimensions. This is the most advanced technology for creating digital three-dimensional models of objects. Typically, to ensure sufficient completeness of the survey of an object, several scans are performed from different locations of the scanner. Then, using precise geodetic methods, disjointed scans are combined into a common coordinate space. This process is called stitching or registration. As a result of the stitching, a single cloud of the points of the scanning object is obtained. Thus, a point cloud is the primary digital 3D model of an object.

Using a laser 3D scanner in Architecture

Architectural measurements, geodetic support for the design and installation of facade structures; control deformations when applying a load on the structure; 3D-modeling of buildings, streets and quarters; drawing up of detailed plans and 2D-drawings; monitoring of facades; creation and restoration of executive documentation and creation of working drawings.

Application of the Laser 3D Scanner in Construction and Operation of Structures

3D-modeling; adjustment of the project and control over the accuracy of the construction norms in the construction process; optimal planning and control of the movement, installation and removal of large parts of structures or equipment; installation work; monitoring of the state of the object during operation; restoration of lost drawings.

Using a laser 3D scanner in the Maintenance and operation of roads

Shooting a roadway, creating a 3D relief model; design, reconstruction and construction of infrastructure facilities; diagnostics of track gauge condition, construction of access roads, control of limit values of deviations.

Application of laser 3D scanner in the mining industry

3D modeling of open quarries and underground workings; determination of the volumes of excavations and warehouses, surveying support for drilling and blasting operations, construction and design of facilities for field development.

Using a laser 3D scanner in the Oil and Gas industry

3D modeling of deposits, product pipelines, open quarries and underground excavations; high-precision digital models of complex process objects and nodes; inventory and monitoring; geometric control of tanks; surveying support drilling and blasting operations; design of facilities for field development.

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