Old Building Floor Plan Study
A Trimble X7 laser scanner was used to scan an old building in a remote village in France, both inside and outside, ahead of a larger refurbishment project.
Users will be able to visualize the point cloud in 3D or use Scan Explorer to see it in station view. Applying automatic classification, the building can be isolated from trees and ground to take measurements or create cross sections. The point cloud can be segmented to isolate each room and to run indoor classification, separating the walls, floor, or other objects.
110 scans were collected in a single day and automatically registered in the field using Trimble Perspective Software. The registration results can be viewed in the report which is part of the download file. A .dwg file of the four floor plan drawings created from the point cloud is also available. Users may geo-reference the point cloud using the coordinates of the control points measured with a Trimble R12 GNSS receiver.
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Tags: Trimble X7, Trimble RealWorks, Trimble Perspective, Trimble R12, Automatic Classification, Laser Scanning, Building
*Data courtesy: Yannick Luginbuhl, Geotopo
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