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Scan Everything: How Reality Capture Drives Innovation in Architecture and Building Design

Safety, risk management and time-on-site are chief concerns in architectural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing and interior design. A pioneering approach to the application of 3D laser scanning solves these challenges and creates surprising new opportunities.

High-resolution renderings, animations, 360-degree photos and other rich visuals have become popular deliverables in architecture and building design. Recently, pb2 architecture + engineering has discovered a way to take visualization to the next level. With a forward-thinking approach to applying 3D laser scanning technology and point cloud data, pb2 is driving innovation in architectural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing and interior design.

In this 60-minute webinar, pb2 President Doug Hurley and technology advocate Josh Steinert unlock the secrets to delivering significant advances in safety, risk management and time-on-site with 3D laser scanning. They walk you through their use of the Leica RTC360, BLK360 and BLK2GO laser scanners and how they apply them to optimize results. You’ll learn:

  • Why laser scanning is foundational to the future of architecture and building design
  • When and why to consider insourcing vs. outsourcing
  • How to choose the right technology for the application and objectives
  • How to combine stationary and mobile scanning technologies to elevate workflows and deliverables

Watch the on-demand webinar now to discover how to harness technology advances to elevate the experience of building design and construction.

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