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