The quality of a scan-to-BIM (Building Information Modeling) model can vary depending on the surveyor, instrument used, and field conditions, and it mainly depends on the requirements specified. There are no industry-standards templates available to follow. This class will focus on the essentials for developing a scan-to-BIM execution plan. Starting from providing and clarifying scope of work to defining LOD requirements, there are a lot of potential risks that need to be identified and highlighted when picking up a scan-to-BIM job, and we’ll discuss some of these cases with examples. Basic tools like Revit software, ReCap software, and Navisworks software can help us through this process of visualizing model mistakes and getting a quality product. Learn several tips on quality control of a scan-to-BIM model. The goal of this class is not only to learn the available tools, but also to analyze the current gaps in setting up scan-to-BIM project execution plan.
- Discover requirements for a scan-to-BIM job
- Learn how to define and set standards for level of accuracy and level of development
- Learn about QC workflows using Revit templates and Navisworks
- Learn how to save time in handling and modeling from large-size point clouds