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We are a nationwide 3D laser scanning company with scanning experts placed around the country. The process is completely unintrusive, so you don’t have to shut down your plant or business to get it scanned. 3D laser scanners are safe, quiet and environmentally friendly.
No other method comes close in performance for capturing your facitility in 3D
“My company has used Arrival on several occasions. Arrival came to our remote job site a couple times, bringing their equipment with them. I am enthusiastic about their capabilities and service.”
“I have used Arrival 3D for many projects over the last several years. A great group to work with. I can always count on them to get the work completed on time and on budget.”
“I had Arrival 3D laser scan two properties that are going into the architectural design phase. They produced LOD 300 models for both project that were excellent. Scheduling was easy and the 3 week turnaround was fast. I look forward to using them on many more development projects.”
The truth is, these days 3d laser scanners can scan more in a day than they used to. A LOT more. If your current scanning provider is using legacy equipment and not delivering a high number of scans per day, perhaps it is time to give us a try. Our 3d laser scan technicians can vast amounts of space in a single day.
Scanning speed is key, but capturing the necessary level of detail is equally important. Our commitment to you is to strike the best balance between coverage and detail so you get the most laser scanning data for your dollars.
When planning and engineering for multi-million dollar projects such as a large building renovation, it is critical that things go right. 3D laser scanning up front allows engineers to draw up precise plans and drawings that minimize conflicts during construction. The scan serves as an invaluable resource for many interested parties in such a project.
A plant in the oil and gas industry will change over time, that is without question. This results in the P&ID drawings of record ultimately becoming out of date. 3D laser scanning provides a dual benefit of not only providing a way to update P&ID’s but also provides a truly accurate as-built reference 3D model of the plant. We feel that an as-built 3D model combined with smart P&ID’s is the way of the future.
3D laser scanning provides a better way of measuring and visualizing floor flatness than the old method of measuring with a ruler. When you use a laser 3D scanner you get extremely thorough and accurate results that can be depicted as color maps for a deep understanding of the floor’s shape.
Laser scanning an airplane is a fantastic way to capture it’s shape. We can scan interior and exterior and convert it into a CAD model or STL mesh depending on your needs. From small single seaters to airliners, we are the best at aircraft 3D scanning and would be delighted to scan an aircraft for your company.
You may have a pump that you need to lower into a channel, and you want to see if it will fit before lowering it in and getting stuck. Or perhaps you have a large vault door that hasn’t been opened in years, and you want to know if it will scrape the concrete. 3D laser scanning services can answer these questions so you can proceed with confidence.
Many power plants have outdated as-built drawings. 3D scanning provides a way to obtain updated drawings in the form of 3D CAD models of structural steel, ducts, equipment and piping. Armed with accurate models, your engineers can route new designs around existing objects, avoiding potential clashes and interferences during new construction.
When a processing plant adds a new product line, there is new piping and equipment that needs to be installed. With careful planning and the as-built drawings obtained from doing 3D laser scanning, the new piping designs can be engineered for precise fit, minimizing installation delays due to unforeseen conflicts.
3D laser scanning is very efficient at capturing floors, walls and ceiling of building interiors as well as anything outdoors. from the laser scan we can quickly generate plan and elevation views that you can use as a basis for various purposes like obtaining permits.
3D laser scanning can capture the exterior or interior of a sea-going vessel. Any sized boat, ship or vessel can be scanned. For smaller boats (depending on location) this can be done in a day. The laser scan can be turned into 2D drawings for use by a naval architect, or into 3D solid models for various types of analysis.
Wind Turbines can be scanned safely and easily from ground level. Scans can be used to analyze to identify any dents that may be present, and map out their location and depth. Scans can also be used to analyze the tower has a whole, and determine whether it has been structurally compromised after a failure event.
When it comes performance in capturing existing conditions, nothing beats 3D laser scanning. Contact us to experience working with the nation’s leading 3D laser scanning companies.