3D LASER SCAN-TO-BIM

OUR APPROACH

We specialize in BIM, which stands for Building Information Modeling and involves creation of a data-rich 3D model, a virtual prototype of a physical building, that can be utilized during the whole building life-cycle.

 

Such BIM model is quite often referred to as a Digital Twin.

 

How we do it?

 

Simply speaking we convert traditional, 2D technical drawings and blueprints into 3D building models.

 

What problems do we solve?

 

Our observation is that the design & construction industry is suffering from disconnected information, inaccuracies,  low productivity and low-quality documentation, which leads to significant loss of time and money at each project stage.

 

Our Solution is BIM and your end-product: Digital Twin!

 

With help of a Digital Twin of your building you can increase productivity, optimize communication and collaboration and maximize efficiency in your organization which in turn will bring you time and cost savings.

 

Properly maintained, information loaded models can act as a reliable source of truth from design through construction, to operation and even demolition of the facility providing a centralized database of 3D, 2D and asset information accessible anytime, anywhere, just one click away.

What is a Digital Twin?

A digital twin can be complex in what it represents, but it’s beautifully easy to understand how it works. Simply put, a digital twin is a digital replica of your built asset.

 

Most digital twins are comprised of several data sets. These typically include:

 

  • BIM and 3D CAD models.
  • 2D Cad Models and design information.
  • Important construction documents.
  • Data from 3D scanning and other sensors.
  • Operational data.

 

Digital twins are used for several reasons. They can reduce risk by allowing you to use collected data and documentation to analyze and mitigate. Digital twins will improve project efficiency, especially when it comes to modification, renovation, retrofitting, repairs, and maintenance. Your decision making will be better because simulations help all stakeholders to make informed decisions.

 

Digital twins also improve coordination between stakeholders and systems. Simulations can illustrate conflicts in systems and any issues that might arise when making changes.

 

The challenge of creating a digital twin is a technical one, which is why you need expert consulting services. At GET-TECH, we can develop and implement a digital twin to aid in your project goals and future operational needs.

 

To learn more or get started, contact us today.