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With terrestrial laser scanning it is possible to survey complex buildings cohesively and in detail.

Watch an animated 3D-Laserscan of the Sebaldus-Curch in NürnbergIt is possible to create total point clouds of the interior and exterior of entire building facilities through additional traverses which correct errors. Thereby a complete geometrical capture of difficult complexes of buildings can be achieved with a low amount of time and money.

Watch a roundshot of the inside of the Sebaldus-Church in NürnbergThe elaboration of true-to-deformation, geometrically accurate and stone-by-stone surveys as a basis for further processing or historic analyses by specialised experts becomes possible.

Watch a roundshot of the inside of the Sebaldus-Church in NürnbergThe result of a 3D laser scan is a virtual point cloud, which can, according to the requirements, be processed into 2D plans, ortho photos, 3D models and truviews. The accuracy on site amounts to +-2mm. On the object as a whole an accuracy of +- 1cm on the basis of accompanying basic surveys can be achieved.

 

Further examples of our previous works:

Watch a video of the Sebaldus-Church   Watch a video of the Marien-Church   Watch a video of the Kameliter-Church
Watch a measurement of the St. Matthaeus Church Wiesenthau   Watch a measurement of the St. Matthaeus Church Wiesenthau   Watch a measurement of the St. Matthaeus Church Wiesenthau

 

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