The Future of Reality Capture – The Field
Our industry is still early in its adoption of laser scanning, photogrammetry, and other reality capture technologies. Up to this point, the technology has been all about the As-Built, but as the cost of adoption comes down the jobsite is the new frontier for Reality Capture
Our industry is still early in its adoption of laser
1. Learn how to implement manual and automated reality-capture-based quality control methods on the jobsite
2. Understand why & how robust quality control leads to better cost and schedule control on your projects
3. Describe how reality capture-based QA/QC methods can minimize project close-out and leads to better as-built documents
With the costs of reality capture dropping dramatically, new opportunities to leverage the technology are opening up every day. Once a one-and-done technology to facilitate the generation of as-builts; reality capture technology is evolving into a well-rounded tool that can benefit all phases of the design and construction process. So, while Scan-to-BIM is certainly not dead yet, reality capture can provide data-rich information into the entire life-cycle of the development of a digital twin, and help manage risk in the construction process along the way. Join this session for a deep dive into how reality capture benefits the installation, verification, and delivery of the physical building and its virtual reflection in the cloud.