How Specific Industries Use 3D Scanning

Capturing existing conditions, monitoring jobsite evolution, analyzing built environment discrepancies, and more.

In the past, due to its technological shortcomings, 3D scanning was once a rare application for any industry. Due to its advances over the past several years, it is now being adopted by a variety of industries to achieve several objectives.

With its improvements in speed and accuracy, Architects, Engineers, General Contractors and Developers are now using this technology for restorations, reverse engineering, monitoring structural changes, documenting historical sites, recording building project milestones, and detecting design conflicts.

By incorporating 3D scanning into their building process, markets have utilized the captured image data to improve communication and collaboration among teams and create efficiency in a project’s lifecycle.