3D laser scanning is a process of work where instruments take a series of points from their location. The instruments will project a laser millions of times around its position to which the laser will hit an object (wall, door or even yourself – don’t worry its safe.) Once the laser hits an object it will register it and log the position.

The positions of the hits are recorded, providing a 3D point model of the location it has scanned. This can be conducted a series of times, where the positions are fixed together and the points overlap, creating a model of location.

These models will have everything you can see if you were to walk within the survey areas. If your naked eye can see it the scanner will pick it up and locate it in the model.

From this, the survey area can be drawn or modelled to the exact requirements of your project.