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.
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