Integrated Technology ForumLaurence Vaughan
Thursday, March 29, 2018 5:30-7:30PM at Blue Moon Brewing Company
Join CAD-1 for an indepth look at point cloud workflows from data collection, processing, analyzing, to sharing and collaborating. We will be hosting industry experts and showing a few of our favorite tools for data collection, including drones and hand-held LiDAR, and demonstrating workflows post data collection. Both methods for data collection are quick to take and process, highly accurate, and most importantly, they offer integration with Autodesk software, simplifying your team’s workflow.
Precision UAS Topographic Mapping for Engineering Design
Wohnrade Civil Engineers, Inc.
Mary Wohnrade, P.E.
Wohnrade Civil Engineers (WCE) is currently integrating precision UAS aerial mapping into the surveying and engineering professions for use in civil engineering design. WCE is at the forefront in the development of precision UAS mapping and has developed a very technical, proprietary in-house workflow utilizing various software packages, including Civil 3D.
Scanning with Drones
Capture and analyze your construction site in real time from the sky! Nicholas will demonstrate how easy it is to quickly survey your project and generate a dense point cloud in hours using Site Scan Drone or DJI. Site Scan keeps key stakeholders – from clients to subcontractors – informed with reliable, accurate information. One-click sharing for maps and models, in addition to exploring native Autodesk file formats, improves collaboration and helps drive productivity and reduce costs on your projects.
Scanning from the Ground
Introducing the GeoSLAM ZEB-REVO, a handheld, lightweight laser scanner that allows you to rapidly build highly accurate 3D models within minutes. ZEB-REVO makes it easy to scan tight spaces, interiors, and more. Mel will demonstrate the advantages of this handheld scanner and show off the data rich models it produces.
Now what? Integration with Civil 3D and InfraWorks
Brian J. Hailey, P.E.
Now that you’ve seen several different ways of creating a point cloud, what do you do with it? CAD-1 Technical Specialist Brian Hailey will show you how to you can take a scan of a site and extract the terrain, vertical features (such as trees, utility poles, etc.) and horizontal linear features.
A point Cloud Workflow using ReCap and Revit
Brian D. Juge, AIA
CAD-1 Technical Specialist Brian Juge, AIA will demonstrate a workflow using point clouds in both Autodesk ReCap and Revit.
Blue Moon Brewing Company
3750 Chestnut Pl
Denver, CO 80216
Thursday, March 29, 2018 5:30-7:30PM