Do you need near real-time feedback on your construction project?Is scanning the way to achieve it?We think so.<br /><br />This Instructional Demo will highlight the flow of data that could be experienced immediately after a slab pour.Point cloud data will be optimised using a combination of Revit, APL, Dynamo and BIM 360 Layout.<br /><br />You will already know that slab deviations in relation to point clouds can be displayed graphically in Revit, but what else can you do with that information?<br /><br />What if you could send back the out-of-tolerance locations to your team in the field and enable them to mark the areas requiring remediation on the ground semi-automatically?<br /><br />We will show you how this could work for you.
- Use Dynamo and APL to add intelligence to point cloud analysis
- Add value to scanning workflows
- Utilise BIM360 to gets timely results back to the site
- Understand how total stations can utilise this data intelligence to aid construction
Software Application Specialist - Mapping Software - Terrestrial & Mobile LiDAR, UAS, BIM Applications, GNSS & Total Station Survey. Expertise & Focus: RTK GPS and Augmented Reality; Geospatial Imaging, primarily on the application of 3D measurement, digital photogrammetry and lidar; BIM process relating to survey. Work Environments: Academic and industrial work experience, works for Topcon, a survey instrumentation manufacturer involved with application engineering, product support, management and marketing. Specialties: Application Engineering, High Precision Positioning. GNSS, Total Stations, LiDAR, Mass Data Collection.
Based in his home office in South Carolina, Matthias Stark is anSoftware Application Specialist and part of Topcon´s Professional Services Team. His focus is on BIM workflows for both the vertical and horizontal market connecting Topcon´s software / hardware portfolio with mainly Autodesk solutions. Matthias is a civil engineer with more than 10 years of experience in the building, engineering and construction industry. Before he joined Topcon in the US he used to work for Autodesk as a Technical Sales Specialist for Infrastructure responsible for the DACH region (Germany, Austria, Switzerland).