Global 3D Laser Scanning Solutions
Serving the Global Community from Ferndale, Washington USA
Summit Engineering and Design, LLC takes 3D Laser Scanning to the next level. See the following videos for examples of how we use 3D laser scanning and our distinctive software to:
See our related article from Structure Magazine (June 2012): Applying 3D Laser Scanning to MEP Seismic Restraint Retrofits
In this video, we look at the process required to assess the MEP system and introduce how 3D laser scanning is used to perform this task in a more manageable and cost effective manner with the added benefit of providing as-built information of the owner's facility.
3D laser scan and design model of high pressure mud system replacement on offshore drilling rig.
3An example of using segmented 3D laser scan data of shipboard piping systems for visualization, as-built information, modeling of replacements and upgrades, clash detection, etc.
Deepwater Explorer's engine room is laser scanned with point clouds registered, isolated and piping systems then modeled and customized.
Here Summit Engineering takes laser scan data, Isolates or dissects the point cloud data and builds modeled data from its separated cloud points.
Modeled ship hull using Rhino 3D and segmented point cloud data. The segmented point clouds and 3D CAD models are brought together inside Navisworks.
Video showing Summit Engineering and Design's Point Cloud Isolations.
Revit As-Built of the local Bellingham Granary. The model, floor plans, and elevations were created using Revit Architecture, laser scan data, and point cloud isolations.
This example demonstrates the use of isolated scan data to view different parts of the plane more easily by selectively hiding other parts. Using this process on the wing elements made it possible to virtually break the wing down to its minimum shipping dimensions and confirm it could be transported in the available cargo plane.
Laser scan data of ferry dock facility showing isolated pointcloud data. We can fly through and inspect the full data or, using Summit's proprietary techniques, limit your view to items of interest.