Many construction projects related to existing buildings are to be reused or renovated. In this scenario, measurements are crucial for estimating and communicating with other project stakeholders. For decades, manual tape and clipboard were the standard methods. However, this type of collection can require hours on-site and possibly more at the office.
Fortunately, today’s technology allows companies to capture an entire space at a minimal cost quickly. 3D scanners like the Matterport Pro3 let users get all the as-built data through a digital twin. However, there are still plenty of situations where traditional floor plans are needed or wanted. This article explains how to produce conventional floor plans quickly through the Matterport platform. But first, let’s go over precisely what is a digital twin.
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Bluebeam Revu is an incredibly useful application that allows millions of users in the AEC industry to markup, takeoff, organize, and collaborate with PDF files. The markup tools are best-in-class and provide countless ways to improve design intent or submit RFIs.
But what if you could improve upon that experience? Try including some links to 3D stereoscopic pictures and never question a measurement again. You can with a Leica BLK3D imager to take pictures and link to your PDF drawing in Bluebeam Revu.