The ability to capture high-definition point clouds with a high-precision total station in a familiar survey workflow is making it easy for firms to expand their services. Point clouds captured with the MS50 do not require registration; the scans are essentially registered in real time and can be adjusted just like the data from a total station, giving you additional insight into specific areas of your project. But what else can you do with the point cloud? What’s the best way to leverage this data to add value for you and your clients?
In this on-demand webinar recorded on Dec. 11, 2014, Shannon Hixon and James Johnston show you some basic tips for using your MS50 scan data. In this 60-minute webinar, you’ll learn:
- How to set up, scan and integrate a scan and topo combination
- How to use the data in the field
- How to clean the data to remove unwanted elements
- How to pull the data into AutoCAD Civil3D, Leica Infinity or MicroSurvey CAD for drafting and modeling
- How to manage multiple point cloud datasets
- How to share scan data with clients in a way that adds value to your business
Register here for access to this on-demand webinar.
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Edit, archive and export numerous data formats to CAD applications easily, without data loss and without the hassles involved in conversion. This not only applies to data from different instrument types, but also from multiple sites and survey teams.
This plug-in for AutoCAD and Civil 3D lets drafters and designers work with rich, 3D point clouds in a familiar CAD environment. It also provides simpler and more powerful tools for navigating point clouds and creating deliverables than native CAD capabilities.
MicroSurvey CAD is a complete desktop survey and design program created for surveyors, contractors and engineers. No plug-ins or modules are necessary. Complete survey drafting, COGO, DTM, traversing, volumes, contouring, point cloud manipulation and data collection interfacing are included.