We are a company specialized in capturing and optimizing "As-Built" data using laser technology in the marine industry. This service is applicable to the complete cycle of shipbuilding and repair projects, allowing solutions to be implemented with high precision, in a short time and at the lowest possible cost.
We specialize in services of 3D Laser Scanning or Marine LIDAR (Laser Imaging Detection and Ranging), digitization and measurement with laser scanner through the collection, analysis, presentation and delivery of geospatial information (Reality Capture). We perform high definition geometric capture and documentation, meticulously reconstructing the geometry of objects or infrastructures by means of a point cloud, particularly useful for construction or maintenance projects in the Naval industry (BWTS Ballast Water Treatment System, EGCS Exhaust Gas Cleaning System, Chiller System, Scrubbers).
We perform services for the collection, analysis, presentation and delivery of geospatial information using 3D Laser Scanners or marine LIDAR (Laser Imaging Detection and Ranging).
We are capable of detecting the details of naval installations, allowing us to meticulously reconstruct the geometry of the different elements: from small objects to large infrastructures.
After the data is scanned, it is processed into high-quality 3D models, which have the advantage of highlighting all characteristic anomalies in elements or marine facilities.
The above allows us to obtain accurate models of the real situation of a ship, so that documentation or maintenance projects can be carried out based on its real situation. In addition, they allow to compare the temporal evolution of an object, allowing to identify deformations, movements, etc.
The 3D laser scanner is a system that measures at high speed (from several thousand to one million points per second) the distance from the scanner to the surface of an object and its spatial position (X, Y, Z) in the form of a point cloud. Using laser scanning we create accurate 3D models, which represent the spatial relationship between the elements of the object.
Laser scanning technology enables rapid 3D modeling (reverse engineering) as well as 2D documentation of naval and port facilities. Particularly useful for naval and industrial engineering projects.
It is an excellent alternative to traditional methods, which cannot cope with object access problems, safe measurements, or time and precision constraints.
The laser scanning process
3D laser scanning is the process of converting physical objects into accurate digital models, allowing you to quickly and accurately capture the shape and geometry of your objects. This process provides you with a complete digital representation of the marine item or facility to be used for reverse engineering, quality inspection or at any point in a manufacturing cycle.
Through high definition scanning services, new 3D models can be created from existing construction conditions, which are ultimately translated into item documentation.
3D laser scanning services have a significantly faster turnaround time compared to other traditional methods and provide a wealth of visual aids during the design phase, extremely helpful in expediting project reviews with all stakeholders in the project and provide an even higher level of quality to the customer.
A common misconception of 3D scanning technology is that it is simply an incremental capture technology advance, providing a safer, richer, and faster method of acquiring spatial data for naval engineering projects. While this is certainly an application of 3D scanning (and a very important one), the technology provides myriad opportunities for customers, project managers, and engineers to monitor, evaluate, and analyze physical data captured from the environment using more modeling software tools. common such as Autodesk Revit, Autocad, Archicad, Faro Scene, Solidworks, Tekla, Inventor and others.
In addition to saving time and money to perform the same tasks with traditional methods, 3D scanning offers decision makers a revolutionary tool to assess existing conditions, assess construction progress, perform structural assessments, and record conditions. built conditions.
In many ways, 3D scanning lays a solid foundation for overall information management improvement in asset management projects and programs.