TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW - 3D Terrestrial Laser Scanning (TLS)

Laser scans into a Building Information Model (BIM). It collects and documents valuable information in a consistent building database that serves as an accurate basis for engineering, design, and construction. Connecting this data to Facility Management operations eliminates operational risks and accelerates the building process. It allows facility managers and building owners to gain full control over their building services systems in an extremely timely, effective and accurate manner.
  • Can you imagine having hyper vision of all your building’s performance, characteristics, in-use data, maintenance schedules, etc?
  • Can you imagine being able to monitor everything from a single desktop and managing the building’s life cycle performance?

TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW - Building Information Model (BIM) Level 2

TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW - Building Information Model (BIM) To Asset And Facility Management

Information is not free. It requires: –
  • Cost to collect: You cannot find any right access for the high-rise building?
  • Cost to verify: Nothing is more expensive than the information you cannot trust.
  • Cost to maintain: Information that printed in paper may be faded through out the years. The information may be lost due to different people take charge along the time.

Scan To BIM Deliverables and Workflow

Project Reference

i. Sarawak Stadium

ii. Masjid Negara


Key Takeaways

When complex or large environments need to be documented, 3D laser scanner provides a practical and economical solution.
When complex or large environments need to be documented, 3D laser scanner provides a practical and economical solution.

Usually, we rely on the traditional tools such as tape measures, laser range finders and total stations to capture large objects that produced single point measurements. While they are familiar tools, but they are time-consuming and limited to the non-access area. In addition, the data collects from different user may vary and inconsistent by using the traditional tools.

In contrast, 3D laser scanning is a non-contact method which can capture millions of discrete data points. It uses the laser infrared technology that produces detailed 3D images in minutes.

We, Structural Repairs (M) Sdn Bhd have adopted the 3D Terrestrial Laser Scanning (TLS) technology since year 2018. We have applied the technology to various industries such as: –

Heritage conservation: 3D laser scanner can document the complex geometries of existing buildings in order to study, preserve or restore them.
Project reference: Masjid Negara

Site survey: 3D laser scanner can produce topographic and as-built surveys.
Project reference: Dua Residency Swimming Pool, KLCC Water Tank

Construction: 3D laser scanner can provide continuous in-field verification at every stage of a construction project lifecycle, helping predict and prevent errors and enabling significant cost, scrap and time savings.

Architectural & civil engineering: 3D laser scanner is useful to capture as-built documentation of existing buildings and in developing 3D models as part of project planning.
Project reference: Stadium Sarawak

Facilities management & asset documentation: 3D laser scanner offers precise data of complex factory and plant installations, useful in maintaining and documenting assets and facilities.
Project reference: True Jesus Church

The projects mentioned above are merely some of our areas of expertise. Our specialty is not limited to the above project references. For more information, please do not hesitate to contact us, our team will be happy and glad to assist you.

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