Non-contact, non-destructive technology
3D laser scanning is a non-contact and non-destructive technology widely utilized in various fields. Specifically, construction-grade 3D laser scanning involves digitally capturing spatial data about the physical environment using a precisely directed laser beam. These advanced scanners operate by projecting a line of laser light onto surfaces, meticulously collecting data points that form what is known as a "point cloud."
A point cloud is essentially a comprehensive digital representation of the object's surface, meticulously capturing its intricate details and dimensions. This powerful technology has diverse applications across multiple industries and is instrumental in tasks such as site analysis, building documentation, quality control, and more. To learn about 3D point clouds, click here.