Field works associated with creating documentation of the church was conducted by two scanners: Leica C10 and Z + F 5006i. The completion was accompanied by the control total station measurements. Because the object was expanded two times our coverage immensely helped in the design and revitalization of the church. As a result the customer had the documentation of architectural construction handed over.
In the last month we started working in one of the Asian capitals. At the newly emerging property we performed more than 650 scans, which will be used by our company to create a 3D model and to comply with the documentation necessary for further design.
3D laser scanning as well as the traditional tachiometric measurement are the basis for creating the necessary maps for architects in the design process. In the unknown territory of Asian steppe, on the surface of several dozen hectares, we map along with a digital terrain model.
Another example of using scanning for monitoring of different objects. We have conducted a full as-built survey of supporting structure with a span of 50x50 and created a 3D model of rope carriers .In the complex measuring points , benchmarks and feeler gauge were installed with the aim of further observation of the object.
We developed as-built doceumentation of state of constructoin C10 "Rondo ONZ" station. We took almost 80 scans, which were connected into one point cloud and achieved average error 2mm. 54 cross-sections was made, on which the deviation of the position of the project were determined.
We have scanned next sections of tunnels of second line Warsaw underground. We have measeured northern tunnels among C10, C11, C12 and C13, C14 stations. Overall lenght of this tunnels is 1840m.
We are scanning tunnel layer in order to determine the deviation of the position of the project. We have scanned a total of more than 5.0 km of tunnels. The accuracy of calculating the position of the point in the cloud does has not exceeded 7 mm.
We did the scanning of the entire facility. Elevations were done, projection of each floor, vertical sections. We prepared more than 600 scans which have been combined into one spatial 3D model. Object consisted of 5 parts with different height (from 8,6m to 15,6m) and different amount of floors (from 2 to 4). Gross vovered area amounts 3.150m2 and cubature 36.000 m3.
We made several scanning elevation malls. As the final products, we submitted spatial 3D elevation models which were used to expansion of malls. On the given models there were shown essential constructionals elements, such as: floors height or expansion joints. Overall lenght of developed models exceeds 650m and its height is between 9m and 18m.
3D laser scanning of the whole object was done. As a result projections, cross-cuttings and 3D model of the whole body of the building was prepared. Gross vovered area amounts 1.250m2 and cubature 21.000m3.
The material that we have received, we used to study evidence secured at the scene. As a result, we were able to determine the size and location of an unknown, until now, subject to investigators analysis, which was a car visible from archival footage being part of police records.
Published review was used with the identification of the examined object.
Measurement and analysis of the traces left at the crime scene is just one of the applications of 3D laser scanning. With the help of this modern technology one can i.e. expertise during construction disaster investigation, crashes and road accidents, obtaining material for analysis in a rapid, accurate, non-invasive way.