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.
How Tri-Tech Surveys achieved 4km of crisp, clear corridor mapping imagery in a single morning…Corridor Mapping with senseFly’s eBee X Read More >
A single Trimble monitoring system is all that’s required for a challenging site thanks to intelligent planning and a full understanding of the project’s challenges.Monitoring the Albert Hall with the Trimble S8 Read More >
Furloughs. Lockdowns. Travel Restrictions. We’re well aware that 2020 has been rather…unpredictable. And while your business doesn’t like uncertainty, we also know that in order to remain competitive and productive, you want access to the best survey equipment there is. That’s why we decided to build a total station package that gives you reassurance and […]Total Station. Total Peace of Mind. Read More >
Our national ‘Bouncing Back’ event series continues, as we now set our sights on the South West. We’re bringing the very latest geospatial solutions, such as the R12i GNSS, X7 laser scanner, and SiteVision mobile model viewer, to 2 new venues. Our demo days take place in Bristol on the 2nd & Exeter on the […]Bouncing Back in the South West – Bristol & Exeter Read More >
Thursday 29th October 2020 – 6pm We know that the SX10 is a hugely versatile tool. That versatility extends to crash & crime scene mapping, where speed, accuracy and ease of use are of vital importance for evidence collection. Join Jack Hedges, Trooper with the Kentucky State Police, as he explains how the force have […]SX10 for Forensics & Crime Scenes Read More >
Wednesday 4th November – 8pm Come learn about a new point cloud editor, Trimble CloudEngine! We’ll cover a range of topics including: how to combine an as-built point cloud with 3D design data, and how to easily share the results for data transparency.Presenting Trimble CloudEngine for 3D data Read More >