The Future is Here
3D scanning uses a safe laser operating through 3600 to rapidly capture measurements, shapes, and contours of a surrounding facility, structure, or raw land site. The scans are compiled to create a 3-dimensional model that is highly accurate, captures intricate details (even as small as the head of a screw), and is extremely thorough. In the same amount of time that it would take to measure major components of a typical warehouse (columns, wall dimensions, windows, doors) by traditional methods (pencil, paper, and tape measure), laser scanning will record measurements of all of those entities plus electrical conduits, piping, floor contours, minor structural members, door knobs, light switches and more. The scanner will precisely locate everything visible to the eye so that BTM’s expertise in post processing of the 3-dimensional virtual model can be used to facilitate detailed design preparation.