BIM & SCAN AUTOCORR™ CAN BE USED by:
DIRECTLY CORRECTING THE MODEL BASED ON AS-INSTALLED CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS ENABLES THE PROJECT TO AVOID FUTURE ON-SITE CLASHES AND COSTLY DELAYS
Use BIM & Scan AutoCorr™ to identify correspondences and differences between a point cloud and design model in a matter of minutes instead of days.
• Validation of a BIM model generated from a 3D laser scan point cloud is important to ensure that a model accurately represents what exists in reality. Scan-to-BIM modelling errors can cause problems and add unnecessary cost and delay to a project. New designs may not fit or may clash with existing items. Models generated from scans are typically generated manually by tracing over the point cloud. This is a very tedious and error prone process.
Using BIM & Scan AutoCorr™ during a Scan-to-BIM workflow will enable designers to model check as they work so that they can be certain that their model is an accurate reflection of the physical reality to an agreed tolerance.
Each colour in the BIM & Scan AutoCorr™Output File represents a different IFC classification, which enables users to not only check dimensional accuracy but also correct classification.
Using BIM & Scan AutoCorr™ improves the construction monitoring process by reducing the risk of potential issues going unnoticed.
• The Construction Manager needs to have certainty that field clashes can be avoided. Ongoing use of BIM & Scan AutoCorr™ provides a cost effective and timely risk mitigation strategy for projects. Contractors want to avoid unnecessary issues, costly change orders, rework in general, etc. BIM & Scan AutoCorr™ is an accurate method of using data capture in conjunction with the model to monitor what is being built on a construction project.
• Using BIM & Scan AutoCorr™ a user specifies a tolerance and all variations exceeding this tolerance will be automatically highlighted in red in the resulting Output File. Differences between a design and what is being built are discovered early before they cause a field clash with resultant delay and cost.