3D Laser Scanning Services by TruePoint
TruePoint - Experienced 3D Laser Scanning Professionals

Our TruePoint team consists of engineers and architects whose primary responsibility is creating deliverables based on our clients' needs. Furthermore, our team has real world experience, enabling us to provide our customers with the information that will be most useful to them.

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USIBD is an organization dedicated to creating standards for building documentation. TruePoint strongly believes in the importance of creating specifications and guidelines for the US construction industry. These established criteria drive quality excellence, improve efficiencies, establish expectations and build credibility. For these reasons, TruePoint is proud to be a member of US Institute of Building Documentation.

Why TruePoint?

The fastest scanners record up to one million data points per second. "Virtual Surveying" from the resulting point cloud is often much faster and more economical than conventional field measuring and surveying techniques.

Since millions of points are collected, statistical "best fit" positions and dimensions can be computed to locate features and determine feature sizes and shapes with very high accuracy - typically 2mm-4mm for each individual measurement point.

Three-dimensional coordinates (x,y,z or Northing, Easting & Elevation) are captured from all exposed surfaces within the scanner's range and field of view at a high level of detail, including poorly illuminated areas. Laser scanners can operate in total darkness or bright sunlight.

Laser scanners are non-contact measurement tools that can "see" up to 300 yards. Work interruptions or facility downtime to accommodate surveying is virtually eliminated.

Entering roadways, working from elevated positions or near hazards is largely eliminated. Scanner positions are typically located safely on the ground and in non-hazardous areas. TruePoint utilizes Class 1 Laser Scanners which means that the scanners are also eye safe. This is imperative for active sites so that areas do not need to be quarantined off during the scanning.

Scan data and derivative models can be re-used for later unanticipated inquiries, or even totally new projects. Return trips to the site are minimized or eliminated.

Laser scanning can support land surveying, 3-D modeling, Facility Information Management, Building Information Modeling (BIM), forensics, and much more.


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