Pointfuse bridges the gap between reality capture and digital construction. It automatically converts point cloud data from laser scanners or photogrammetry into intelligent as-built mesh models that can be classified and used in any industry BIM, CAD or CAFM systems.
Pointfuse has been designed with a focus on ease of use, resulting in a deskilling and streamlining of workflows, which also contributes to a reduction in project overheads. Whether producing visualizations for stake holder engagement, running coordination against as-built conditions or producing LOD200 BIM for space and facility management, Pointfuse flexible toolset reduces time to delivery by around 70% compared to existing workflows.
Pointfuse is unique in automatically segmenting the mesh into discrete, selectable surfaces, by identifying objects based on their geometry and assigning unique identifiers to them, producing consistent, accurate results. This makes Pointfuse models repeatable and directly comparable - ideal characteristics for accurate project validation.
These models, which are highly optimised, reduce the size of working data by a factor of up to 100. This ensures that the ongoing use of the model is accessible for all working on the project, across most devices.
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June 4th, Webinar 32
Presentation: What is Reality Capture and Why is It Used for Collecting as-built Information?
Why aren’t all construction sites scanned?
- 3 obstacles:
1. Selecting the right tool for the right job
2. The cumbersome nature of the point cloud
3. Placing as-built information in the hands of the project team at the right time
Speaker: Steve Salmon, General Manager, Pointfuse
Panel Discussion: Removing 3 Key Obstacles to Enable the Effective Use of Reality Capture in Digital Construction
- How to overcome these obstacles, through the exploration of real-world examples from a leading AEC project bureau and a global technology solutions provider.
Steve Salmon, General Manager, Pointfuse
Will Tompkinson, Manager, North America, Pointfuse
Dennis Dixon, Senior BIM Manager, WZMH Architects
Michael James, Director of Building Construction Solutions US/CAN, Leica Geosystems