Category: 3D Scanning

From Pixels to Points: The Common Ground of Geospatial Mapping and Video Games

geospatial mapping

There are some households who will still be able to remember when their parents might have considered video games something of a waste of time, though everyone’s parents might have used different wording. Today, we live in a future where video games and online tournaments bring in more money than manufacturing – and who’s laughing… Read more »

How to Measure Facility Issues like Bulging, Sagging, and Settling?

Bulging, Sagging, Settling, Inspection

If your facility experiences issues with walls or foundations bulging, sagging, or settling, you’ll need to rectify the problem immediately. This post unpacks how to inspect the extent of this issue using a plumb line and measuring tape. The Power of 3D Scanning Although there are old-fashioned ways of monitoring changes in structures, 3D scanning… Read more »

3D Scanning vs Traditional Measuring Methods: Which is Better for Building Construction?

3D Scanning vs Traditional Measuring

If there’s one thing that can be considered constant in the building and construction industries, it’s that everything in these industries may be subject to change. Construction is a unique industry that asks for constant innovation. Almost every day brings the invention of a superior material for one thing, or a better-designed method to achieve… Read more »

What are the Advantages of 3D Scanning in Construction?

3D Scanning Model

The construction industry has seen significant technological advancements in recent years, and 3D scanning technology is one of them. The use of 3D scanning has become increasingly popular in the construction industry, offering several benefits that were once impossible to achieve with traditional surveying methods. In this article, we’ll explore the advantages of 3D scanning… Read more »

What Technology Do Land Surveyors Use?

What Technology Do Land Surveyors Use?

Land surveyors are highly-qualified professionals with degrees in fields such as civil engineering, architecture, urban planning, or cartography. On top of completing extensive on-the-job training, land surveyors have to obtain a license from the National Council of Examiners for Surveying before operating. While land surveying requires a unique set of skills, professional land surveyors do… Read more »