Discover the most critical concepts, workflows, and technologies that you should master at every stage of the scan to BIM process to ensure even your most complex projects go smoothly
Put on your learning caps because Scan to BIM University is back!
Dr. Thomas Czerniawski, Assistant Professor at Arizona State University, compiles the top 11 best practices from our scan to BIM 101, 201, and 301 classes to help you start the school year on the right foot—and if you’re new to our series, this will be the perfect time to get up to speed!
Whether you’re just starting to work with point clouds, or are modeling massive facilities into the eighth dimension, this scan to BIM course will help you deliver better, more productive, and accurate projects. Plus, it’ll help you prepare for our upcoming deep-dive sessions coming out later this year, so be sure to sign up if you want to stay on the wagon.
Gear up for success by selecting the right equipment. Find out what criteria you can use to evaluate different scanner and computer options, and what to do whenever you’re unsure!
Tackle project failure from the start. Run a premortem and establish a solid Scan-to-BIM plan that will set you down a path of success.
Nail your data collection. You’ll learn how to avoid the most common scanning mistakes & maximize your time in the field
Don’t treat cloud to cloud registration like it’s magic! Discover how to leverage hybrid registration and survey control to deliver accurate and repeatable results
Pick the right modeling and QA methodologies. Get your project over the finish line smoothly with key insights that will boost your modeling productivity and ensure accuracy
Thinking about playing hooky? Don’t worry, we get it. Sign up for the session anyway and we’ll send you a link to watch the recording on-demand.
Follow these tried and proven scan to BIM best practices from our faculty members so you and your team can ensure high productivity on upcoming projects of any size!
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Host & Presenter Information:
Dr. Thomas Czerniawski Assistant Professor Arizona State University