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Compare your clouds and 3D models to compare actuality

Compare your clouds and 3D models to compare

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Compare your clouds and 3D models to compare

The comparison of your models and your point clouds can prove to be a powerful tool that will save you time and limit your errors.

On a daily basis, the consistency between the digital model and the building as Building is in question. The interests to confront both are numerous.

Anticipate your errors

The work of AEC professionals aims to be precise. This is why, on a daily basis, they must have access to a real representation of the field. Once the reality is captured, the teams can control the “such as built” representation of their projects. From the premises at the end of the project, a quality insurance and quality control process is necessary to detect, anticipate and correct errors between model and reality. Once the comparison has been carried out, corrective actions can be carried out on the 3D model, or directly on the ground. & nbsp;

the new feature .Cloud offers you the possibility of producing a comparative analysis between the points of points representing the such that built and the digital model. Also, you can create a complete analysis that highlights problems related to dimensional deviations. This feature is perfectly introduced into the construction verification process. The automation of this comparison process is ideal for verifying installations in relation to your models. The problematic zones and out tolerance will be highlighted. Therefore, you can provide corrective actions. This type of feature accelerates your control processes and saves you time. & nbsp;

From your digital model and point cloud allows you to detect Automatically the gaps and delivers a cloud of colored points located the differences in the digital model. & nbsp;

Discover how to use our new feature by reading our article

From your viewer you can view your point cloud, the latter you can import your digital model in Compatible format with (Ply, FBX (2012 or Newer), OBJ, STEP (AP203, 214, 242), IFC, DXF, IGES, JT (V8.0-V10.X), STL, VRML (V1 / 1995, V2 / 1997), 3DS, Collada X3D). From then on, you decide a margin of error, returns a cloud of colored points. The red parts are the parts outside your margin of error. The parts of another color than red are those that respect the tolerance threshold. & nbsp; to be even more precise, you can choose intermediate margins that will be of different colors. In this way, any modeling error will be automatically detected.

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The colorized point cloud and the annotations you have made allow you to highlight the elements that include errors in an exhaustive and precise manner. In order to make this analysis, as precisely as possible, you can export your annotations to an Excel file highlighting each of the problems encountered during the comparison using all of the detections. In addition, the precision it offers, this analysis is essential not to take into account errors due to site approximations, a misinterpretation of the results or even to the uncertainties of the site. Clearly, the creation of an Excel file allows you to concentrate all the information and to be able to interpret it and ultimately carry out corrective actions.

Compare your 3D models to your point clouds automatically thanks to is a time saving for building professionals.

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