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Published: 22 October 2021
The applications for laser scanning are endless – high accuracy, detailed surveys, visualisations of complex 3D structures and steel work, surveys of inaccessible areas, deformation monitoring and the production of models for BIM to name just a few. Many KOREC customers also report that it’s a great way to ‘add value’ to their client offering.
KOREC offers a range of 3D scanning solutions, handheld or tripod mounted, to suit both internal and external projects. For those considering a ‘low risk’ move into 3D laser scanning, the launch of Trimble’s SX10 Scanning Total Station enables survey practices to get maximum usage out of their investment.
Laser scanning technology uses LiDAR to measure distance and build digital 3D models. At KOREC we are proud distributors of Trimble’s advanced 3D scanning systems, as well as GeoSLAM’s range of handheld devices.
The applications for laser scanning are endless, with customers utilising laser scanning’s high accuracy to produce detailed surveys, visualisations of complex 3D structures and the production of models for BIM to name just a few. KOREC customers report that it’s a great way to ‘add value’ to their client offering in sectors including rail, highways and civil engineering. Trimble’s TX series is ideal for use on jobs within these demanding environments due to its reliability and ruggedness.
Laser scanning systems offer customers a way of capturing high resolution data from inaccessible or dangerous areas like those encountered by forensics professionals thanks to its long range. Devices like the Trimble X7 with its one button operation and automatic calibration means there is no waiting around onsite. With their repeatability and high accuracy, laser scanning solutions are also useful for deformation monitoring on environmental and construction projects.
KOREC offers a range of 3D scanning solutions – handheld or tripod mounted, to suit both internal and external surveys. For those considering an investment into 3D laser scanning, the launch of Trimble’s SX10 Scanning Total Station enables users to get maximum usage out of their equipment which combines 3D scanning and imaging.