High-definition 3D laser scanning is currently the most advanced and updated land surveying technique that is swifter and more accurate compared to conventional survey methods. With 3D surveying, architects, project developers, and builders have a faster and more reliable way to survey land that has already been constructed but must be examined for demolition, remodeling, renovation, and for other purposes. Here are more advantages and uses of 3D surveying:
- Results are more accurate – 3D surveying uses equipment with a high definition scanning system that is versatile and can generate results quickly and accurately. Advanced software is used for viewing the 3D images in panoramic view.
- Results are easier to understand – HD 3D laser survey can take measurements, markups, and 360 x 320-degree photo realistic panoramic scans for precise and exclusive images that are easier to view and analyze.
- Useful to a number of applications – 3D HD surveying can be conducted to update and create up-to-date as-built documentation. It can be useful for damage and condition assessment, deformation analysis, and clash/interference checking, too.
- Compatible with CAD platforms – Results can be saved in a digital format that can easily be loaded into any CAD platform. That way, it is easier to integrate results when making 2D or 3D plans. The survey can provide complete 3D CAD models quickly and precisely from point clouds.
- Results are useful for inspections – 3D survey results can aid land inspectors when they need to study the property for any issues. Data is retrieved faster, so project managers can make informed decisions quickly.
- Can be conducted at any time – High-definition 3D surveying may be used in any developmental phase of the project, like the planning stage, initiating phase, upgrade, or at the conclusion. It is applicable to many different business needs, such as companies, industries, residential areas, and construction projects.