Jul 23, 2019
The many uses of laser scanning in modern construction projects are crucial, and many would say urgent in the current economy.Laser scanning is a primary tool for optimizing a budget and compliments the age-old adage to "work smarter not harder". Laser scanning is becoming an integral tool for the future of safety leadership. Several benefits of laser scanning in oil, gas, and construction include data management and the accessibility of that data.
For example, it's possible for a construction team to use a laser scanner to scan a piece of the equipment and then reverse-engineer the process, allowing for the mass production of the final rendering. In addition to savings in both money and time, team communication is increased with these innovations. This communication will preclude many costly mistakes.
In the end, laser scanning streamlines projects and processes. The results save time, money, and mistakes. These mistakes can often lead to safety accidents on site.
Mark LaBell | Jul 23, 2019 - Everyone has heard the saying “work smarter, not harder.” The need to do more with less has only become more prominent in recent years, with project teams finding it increasingly necessary to stretch budgets and deliver quickly.
Laser scanning is a primary solution for budget optimization. Even in projects where the financials are less critical, laser scanning emerges as a desirable solution that makes planning and pre-construction easier and faster.
As laser scanning technology becomes mainstreamed today, companies are exploring future opportunities for automation and miniaturization of devices that could be worn by plant workers.