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Typically used by architects, interior designers, builders and property developers to gather information for the design and construction process. This involves taking accurate and precise measurements of a property's dimensions, including walls, floors, and ceilings to produce detailed floor plans and elevations. Also includes window, door positions and other details required for building plans. The information collected by Measured House Survey is used to produce accurate and detailed 2D plans and/or 3D models in DWG, PDF, RVT, IFC and other file formats of the property. The plans/models can be used for a variety of purposes including renovation, extension, or planning permission applications.



3D scanning generates data points in 3D space. Each point in the cloud represents a specific location in space and contains information about it's position in 3D coordinates (x, y, z). Point Clouds are used in fields such as architecture, engineering and manufacturing to create 3D models of real-world objects or environments. 

The point Cloud can be analyzed and processed to extract measurements and geometry.



Is a type of land survey that maps out the physical features and characteristics of a piece of land or terrain. This type of survey involves measuring and recording the location and elevation of hills, valleys, streams, buildings and roads. The data collected during a topographical survey is used to create detailed 2D or 3D maps, which can be used for a variety of purposes including planning and design of construction projects, land development, and environmental assessments. Topographical survey's are conducted using specialized equipment LiDAR scanner to gather accurate data.

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