SCAN TO BIM / POINT CLOUD
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Nagpur & Pune
Learn how company are using scan-to-BIM uses 3D laser scanning to digitally capture an existing building as a point cloud, for the creation and updating of a BIM model. There is a high demand of scan-to-BIM engineers in this sector.
Our Scan-to-BIM training module teaches you to bring the documentation of existing buildings into line with a modern digital planning methodology called building information modelling, otherwise known as BIM.
The primary method of scan-to-BIM is to use 3D laser scanners to capture a high-density point cloud of a physical building, structure, or site, which leads to the creation and maintenance of a BIM model that reflects "as-is" conditions.
Providing advance knowledge about downstream applications for models made using scan-to-BIM can range from as-built documentation, project renovations and additions, or even facility management. Models made with scan-to-BIM are also tremendously useful for comparing against original plans, topographic registration, and more besides.
That's the basic summary. But for a complete definition of scan-to-BIM training, you should take a few steps towards ADMIRE TECH VISION.
Our trainer will clarify the following questions with you:
How do I import a point cloud into AutoCAD?
How can I assign a point cloud in AutoCAD?
How do I change the position of the point cloud?
What settings do I need to make for my point cloud?
How do I create views of my point cloud in AutoCAD?
How do I bring point clouds into the layout area?
How do I create a 3D model in Autodesk Revit using the point cloud?
1. Introduction 2. Inserting the Point Cloud
3. Viewing the Point Cloud 4. Modeling Architecture
5. Revit Family Creation 6. Mechanical Systems