Scanning UTMB League City, Texas

Scanning UTMB League City Campus Hospital A year old UTMB League City Campus Hospital was up again for infrastructure advancement to sustain the growing number of patients and visitors. A new block was already on its way and our client was short listed to build the covered parking lot for the hospital and a bridge leading from the parking lot to the main block. UTMB Arrival3D was called in to scan the perimeter around the campus to provide our client the current view and newer development for the hospital. The client was going to use the scan as part of their presentation for visual references and future proposed construction for the parking lot. The area to scan. Area scanned includes an open area with field, perimeter around the main building and the roof of the hospital. Each scan took about 5 minutes. 2 full working days were required to cover the 3 areas mentioned above. Point cloud of the Campus Then entire project was registered and aligned using Autodesk Recap. The file was unified to 50mm point spacing to speed up the delivery process to the client as the client required it A.S.A.P. The complete file (30 gb) was delivered a few days later for references with greater detail and point density.

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WILL IT FIT? Arrival 3D Provides Answers for a Water Treament Plant in Dallas TExas

… enough clearance, they chose to use 3D scanning services from Arrival 3D onsite at their location in Dallas. We used a 3D laser scanner to capture the side walls and bottom of the hole, all captured through the opening at the top. One of the great benefits of Long Range Scanning is the ability to take measurements from a distance, something that made this project possible. After the onsite portion of the job was complete, Arrival 3D analyzed the data. At the customers request, we analyzed the …

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Houston Turbine Scan and Modeling

0000Arrival was asked to perform a 3D scan on a turbine train in the Houston area. Scanning a turbine train requires about a day of Long Range Scanning. Preparation for scanning such as laying out targets, inspecting crucial and tight spots, and planning the scanning locations takes about an hour. A turbine train can require around 25 to 32 scans depending on its size. Each scan can take up to 10 min depending on the customer’s accuracy requirement.  Raw scans are then processed …

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