Discover what types of sensors are in the marketplace today
Learn what components make a laser scanner
Learn best practices for estimating scan projects and what goes into the field work
Learn about software packages and workflows
There are many different types of 3D reality-capture sensors and software in the marketplace today, and they all have a laundry list of industry jargon to go along with them. This presentation is a vendor-neutral overview of what technologies are out there for the consumer to choose. This includes sensors that range from high-accuracy metrology-type instruments to static laser scanners to aerial-mounted or unmanned aerial vehicles systems to handheld sensors. All of these have different accuracies and other components built into the systems that can prove to be confusing to a potential consumer. There is also a larger group of software products that consumes the 3D data where the user creates end deliverables. This session will provide an overview of all these topics so consumers know what kinds of conversations to have with vendors to make good buying decisions. AIA Approved
BIM / VDC Managers, IT Managers, Project Managers, Construction Managers, Owners, CIO’s, CTO’s, CEO’s, Innovation Managers, Facilities Managers
Julien Bartolo is senior virtual construction coordination manager for DAVIS. He is well-versed in the latest BIM technology and its practical applications in construction planning and coordination. Julien is responsible for the execution of multiple projects and supports the operations teams in the coordination and installation of work, including streamlining information, anticipating site coordination issues and determining project phasing using the latest BIM software and methodologies. He focuses on providing projects with the tools to build efficiently and without risk.
Mike Harvey is HDS product and applications manager for Leica Geosystems in the NAFTA region, where he helps identify and implement best practices for reality capture hardware and software workflows. Mike has over 10 years of surveying experience and holds an LSIT Certificate from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. He is a graduate of Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering Technology.