The Wagener Building, a three-story, 140-year-old brick and timber-framed structure, commands a storied place in Charleston’s history. The new owner's ultimate goal is to turn the Wagener into the region’s premier events center, capable of staging everything from lavish weekend weddings to technically sophisticated corporate presentations, all while honoring the building’s amazing history. The team appointed for the renovation used a FARO® Laser Scanner to capture a point cloud, SCENE software for data registration, and As-Built™ software to create a model that was used to complement survey measurements, as another layer of as-built verification.
Learn how Plasser American implemented large-scale laser scanning and laser projection templating to improv...
We are proud to introduce BuildIT Metrology 2020.5, the latest release of our flagship software. Before you try out the new version, here are a few of the new features included in this release.
Watch this on-demand webinar to explore the operational and technological changes implemented in construction projects to get all project stakeholders collaborating.
Get a glimpse of how the labyrinth of tunnels and platforms of the British Postal Museum in London were brought to life by ScanLAB Projects through comprehensive 3D scan data.
FARO RevEng 2020 is an exciting update to an advanced editing software solution capable of 3D point cloud capture and mesh generation and the ability to process mesh models quickly and efficiently.
The 8-Axis ScanArm represents the ultimate in portable precision measurement. Dramatically reduce inspection time & effort, reduce scrap, and detect issues as they occur on the shop floor.
The all-new FARO Swift is the first fully-integrated indoor mobile mapping system designed to accomplish large-area as-built capturing tasks with minimal time and effort.
FARO As-Built Software solutions are innovative and profitable tools for complete and efficient conversion of reality capture data into parametric CAD and BIM models.
FARO is pleased to announce the launch of the all-new Focus Swift, the first fully integrated indoor mobile mapping solution.
A maker of yachts achieved significant improvements in production throughput and quality by deploying Laser Projection and Laser Tracker solutions from FARO
ScanLAB Projects, an award winning creative studio specializing in exploring the use of large-scale 3D scanning in architecture and the creative industries...
The success of how jobsites and projects are run is entirely dependent on the construction technology and systems we have at hand, and the evolution of that technology is growing even more rapidly...
Watch this webinar to learn how to use 3D measurement solutions for reverse engineering and design. We review a recent project on how to develop a mask for use as a protective breathing apparatus.
Read how the BAM Construction team used the FARO Laser Scanner & BuildIT Construction software to demonstrate the construction was in compliance with the strict specified dimensional tolerances.
FARO’s handheld ScanPlan device can help quickly determine the accuracy and completeness of project information – and make it immediately shareable.
Museums and research institutions are turning to new approaches to amplify their education, conservation and research-based work. At the Smithsonian Institution’s Office of 3D Digitization...
Introducing the new FARO Gage: the most intuitive, ergonomic, and versatile articulated portable FaroArm®, enabling machine shops to perform their most demanding 3D inspections in record time.
Watch as experts in the construction and engineering industry demonstrate how to maintain effective routines by utilizing remote data to keep facility and jobsite projects moving forward.
Learn how Plasser American implemented large-scale laser scanning and laser projection templating to improve productivity and quality in heavy equipment manufacturing.
This paper provides field investigators with a comparison between the quality of data, on-scene time and time to create a completed scene diagram for a collision at an intersection
D.C.’s 220-year-old Octagon now lives forever in the cloud thanks to an elite preservation team.