In shipbuilding, our 3D laser scanners are used to measure complex and extensive ship parts within limited time frames. With such technology, the entire ships or ship parts can be constructed with utmost detail and plans can be made accordingly. Since prefabrication level is high, alteration of parts and maintenance during the assembly phase can be significantly reduced.Our team of specialized individuals has the capacity to harness the potential of the various scanning data outputs, enabling in-depth digital analysis and manipulation and ultimately, creating 3D models for an even more extensive range of applications. We acknowledge that every client is unique.
The owners are constantly looking to reduce all possible margins, be it risk, time or error. With 3D laser scanner, Global Marine Scanning can offer a unique new service, where it scanned different parts of the vessel and then provided the yard with the best possible and most accurate production drawings, drastically reducing the yard’s schedule and the risk of errors, while the vessel is still in operation. Global Marine Scanning is also pairing the 3D laser scanning technology with virtual reality, which is the next big thing in ship design and ship interiors. With the scanning and virtual reality technology, we can quickly help owners visualize and understand the proposed interiors and layouts when they move around inside the simulated designs. This can be done even before the vessel is put into production or conversions have begun – saving owners millions caused by costly design mistakes.
A better approach involves scanning ship spaces with a 3D laser scanner to create a very detailed and accurate 3D point cloud model. Today’s high-speed laser scanners are quite suitable for this purpose as they can take tens of millions of measurements in just a few minutes. Scans are taken from various positions in order to provide sufficient coverage around equipment. The scans are then registered together to bring them all into the same coordinate system. Scans of the ships hull and keel can also be taken, in which hull curves and surface models can be created for fuel or stability analysis if needed. We also provide laser scanning services for ballast water treatment systems (BWTS).
Vessel Type - Detailed: Bulk carrier
Gross Tonnage: 13691
DWT Summer: 21461 t
Length Overall x Breadth Extreme: 167.5 x 23.4 m
We offer a 3D laser scanning service to assist owners and yards to be ahead of the market, planning the project, designing the refit and procuring materials ready to begin work as soon as the vessel reaches the repair dock. We collaborate with naval companies and field specialists and offer high-quality services for shipping companies in all Spanish ports (Valencia, Algeciras, Barcelona, Las Palmas, Bilbao, Santander ...), Portugal, France, Italy, Turkey, Europe, America and North Africa.