Let's explore the end-to-end process of a standard scan-to-BIM project, and learn the best practices for bringing existing buildings and structures into a building information modeling (BIM) framework.
Before the NavVis VLX launched, Austrian surveying firm Vermessung Schubert tested a prototype of the new wearable mobile mapping device in a live project.
NavVis VLX is a first-of-its-kind wearable mapping system designed for hands-free, all-in-one reality capture, including survey-grade point clouds, in even the most complex environments such as construction sites, staircases and technical rooms
Learn how 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.
Visitors to a Düsseldorf trade fair could explore a complete digital twin of a plastic recycling plant using a gamepad, in a project developed by NavVis Solutions Partner Looom.
Using multiple mobile scanning devices for big commercial and industrial mapping projects offers significant benefits.
Reality capture specialists DiConneX have created a fully interactive digital twin of an icon of German polar research, powered by NavVis technology.
Global design firm Unispace made huge savings from 3D reality capture scanning solutions provided by PrecisionPoint, a certified NavVis Mapping Partner.
Meeting a need for space optimization in a busy helicopter hangar, My Digital Buildings used a NavVis M6 to map an area 500m2 in only 15 minutes.
Scanning 180,000 square meters of a university campus in three weeks, NavVis partners Zynka BIM and EXACT have together created the largest fully digital real estate model in Sweden.