By using drones and 3D laser scanners to measure the Arizona State Fairgrounds Grandstand Building, a 1938 WPA project built of concrete, steel, and some adobe, a combined Arizona and Oregon-based team slashed the estimated schedule: instead of 15-20 surveyors working for 3 months using traditional methods, they got the job done in four days.
Philip Allsopp, Senior Sustainability Scientist and Adjunct Professor with the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability at Arizona State University, will present a case study about this groundbreaking use of 3D laser survey and point clouds with ARCHICAD 19.
Live online webinar to present the latest in 3D scanners, drones, and point cloud technology using ArchiCAD 19
Philip Allsopp, Senior Sustainability Scientist and Adjunct Professor with the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability, Arizona State University
Tuesday, December 8, 2015
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Learn how Phil and his team at Smart Pad Living, and ToPa3D captured an as-built model of the Arizona State Fairgrounds Grandstand Building in record time using laser and drone scans. ArchiCAD19 imported 4 billion data points of the front and side scans of the building in less than a minute.
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