BIM and terrestrial laser scanning have been well received within construction for the unparalleled accuracy delivered during the planning and development process. For VDC and BIM managers, the ability to accurately plan projects to scale, time and budget is just one of many benefits. Having the ability to compare the scanned as-built to BIM models doesn’t only prove its worth in the initial planning stages of a build, but also in quality assurance throughout a project’s lifespan. Cintoo has embedded its unique point cloud-to-mesh technology into Cintoo Cloud, a platform connected to BIM 360, to allow this QA/QC workflow. Learn from current Cintoo Cloud and BIM 360 users who has been successfully using this collaborative workflow on various jobs recently for a more efficient project coordination. Learn how Cintoo Cloud can also provide access to laser scan data in mesh or point cloud format to team members at home or at the office for efficient Scan & BIM modeling or clash detection.
- 1. Find out how you can make your terrestrial laser scans cloud and BIM compatible, and compare them to BIM models.
- 3. Learn how to push visually detected issues from Cintoo Cloud to BIM 360 or export them as BCF for project coordination
- 4. Learn how to export issues in BCF and import them in Revit and Navisworks for Scan-to-BIM workflows.
- 5. Learn how to provide access to laser scan data in mesh or point cloud format for Scan & BIM modeling or clash detection.