This class will identify and prove the power of laser scan data, photogrammetry, and the resulting meshes and points in the design process. Using a live data set, industry professionals will demonstrate the simplicity, the flexibility, and the range of uses from a multidisciplinary point of view. They will then use scan data to redefine use of the phrase “as-built” for new building construction by introducing the concept of CPR (Construction Progress Recording) and how we can truly produce as-built Building Information Modeling (BIM) data sets for use in the real-world operation of buildings. They'll be talking about scanning hardware; Autodesk, Inc., software; data sources (laser and photographs); and the use of Autodesk cloud services to capture, process, and validate the data.
- Learn the benefits of scan data in the design process and selecting the right Autodesk software for the job
- Learn how easy it is to integrate survey data into your BIM files—whatever the scale of your project
- Learn and understand the term: Construction Progress Recording (CPR)
- Learn how to use Navisworks to validate construction scan data versus design data