Scan to BIM

08Apr15

Benefits of Scan to BIM

  1. Once your point cloud to BIM is done, you are allowing with information that permitting you to be in carry out the project and plan everything right from material necessities, like scheduling and costs.
  2. BIM assists you to evaluate extract information in a visual format, which can be shared with all the stake holders. It gives interoperability and coordination.
  3. Architects may save on a lot of costs invite due to clashes spotted and resolved. For complex projects including renovation of buildings of architectural or heritage significance, this proves to be a savior as any damage to the existing structure is not affordable.
  4. The Clash detection and mitigation during construction, takes a lot of time. BIM saves you from the remodeling activities and thus saves a lot of time.
  5. BIM permits you to use again, recycle and remodel existing materials and structures into a modernize form in a no-trouble and in a reasonably priced.
  6. The Point cloud to BIM gives a streamlined construction process for a renewal project and a better building knowledge.

BIM versus Scan to BIM

For compound structures where full documentation is not easy to get to, the Point cloud to BIM technology can be used documenting the building and plan further restoration, repairs and changed spatial requirements accordingly. Though scan to BIM is the existing trend, flying blind, and aping others is not accurately the right thing to do.

Sometimes a portion of the building that requires renovation can be effortlessly surveyed using conventional methods; here it is an awful strategy to waste money on laser scanning. BIM experts can use 2D drafts and manually collected and surveyed information to expand a building information model. Hence, all the benefits of BIM can be decided without using laser scanning.

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