Scan to BIM design software to plan and design in the context of reality
Lean building projects are often planned, created, designed and managed within a BIM design system. These systems store all the needed information around the project and sharing an always up to date data source with the project stakeholders representing the data as a digital Building Model. FARO As-Built software ensures a traceable conversion of the scanning measurement data into the BIM design systems for planning and design of your building projects based on the as-built conditions.
It allows fast and efficient creation of 2D-, 3D- and BIM models, that matches to the constraints of the design system and the tolerances of the stakeholders. Fully integrated into the major Autodesk Building design systems, As-Built modelling workflows can be quickly mastered and profitably applied to the daily business.
- Data processing for various data capturing devices (laser scanner, drone, total station or mobile mapping system) to ensure full usability of the deliverables from your data capturing service provider.
- Automatic but user controlled workflows ensure efficiency and traceability of the overall process
- A wide variety of easy to use functions ensure you have the right toolset to process data from different functional parts of the building e.g. Piping/MEP Design, Floor/ Elevation plan, Steel construction or complement the As-Built models with additional semantic information like room books or facility management ready database information
- Comparison of modeled CAD design with the measurement data to prove if the model quality is within the given tolerances
- Quick, intuitive, automated but user controlled workflows to extract information from the measurement data directly within Autodesk® Revit® matching the constraints of the BIM design software
- Tracking of model accuracy with tolerance checkup based on national (e.g. USIBD) or international standards or stakeholder’s specifications
- Object creation inside the Autodesk® Revit® Family Editor based on laserscanning data to create as detailed and accurate as possible component catalogues matching the common LOD guidelines.