3D Laser Scanning

i-TEN’s terrestrial 3D laser scanning solutions provide our customers affordable precise measurement, modeling, and visualization services.

Our laser scanning capability increases building asset and dimension gathering efficiency by providing a faster and more accurate process than manual tape measure methods. Once the object or building is scanned, the resulting laser data point cloud easily coverts into detailed 3D models, 2D building blueprints, BIM asset management solutions, and stunning visual fly-through presentations.

i-TEN owns and operates three terrestrial 3D laser scanning units and associated processing equipment which enables us to quickly mobilize and meet our clients demand under tight schedule deadlines.

3-D Laser Scanner Specifications
  • Range up to 330 meters
  • Point collection as high as 976,000 points/second
  • Accuracy equals +/- 2 millimeter precision at 25 meters
  • 360 degree horizontal field of view
  • 300 degree vertical field of view
  • Adjustable scanner speed and point collection rates
Available Analysis 
  • Facade Topology
  • Structural Building Analysis and Virtual Inspection
  • Retrofit Analysis – Differentiating As-designed, As-built and As-is Conditions
  • Volumetric Calculations for Stockpiles/Excavations
  • Landslide Examination
  • Facilities Management Applications
  • Topographic Land Studies
  • Crime Scene Documentation
  • Forensic Analysis
Industries that Benefit from 3-D Scanning
  • Architectural
  • Engineering
  • Historical Preservation
  • Construction
  • Archeology
  • Marketing
  • Real Estate
Solutions Provided by i-TEN Laser Scanning
  • 2D or 3D Floor Plan/Site Layout Drafting from Point Clouds
  • Geomatics, 3D Agricultural Mapping
  • Archaeology/Historical Preservation
  • Geology, Geomorphology
  • Technological Research and Application Development for Project Support
  • Contour Mapping
  • On-site Training
  • BIM 3D Parametric Modeling and Documentation
  • Long-term Facility Management Support
  • Reverse Engineering
  • Structural As-built Verification