Scanning of Historical Structures allows the production of detailed drawings with rectified images at any location. This can be important where line drawings cannot easily pick up the detail to accurately represent structures which have become warped over time.

Scanning for MEP modelling is becoming more common as it provides a permanent record prior to closing up ceiling, wall or underfloor spaces.

Just as WSD and DSD now require a scanned record of all new buried services facilities managers are now requesting such records.

Large Mechanical Structures like this Gas Plant in Tai Po can be scanned in less than 1 week.

Ballast Water Treatment Systems (BWTS) are now mandatory. Scan to BIM of the vessel’s Ballast Water Pumping System allows design of any upgrade. ESL recently completed a 200 scan project covering a 5 storey Engine and Plant Room in a 6 hour period utilising 2 scanners.

Mobile mapping, either land or marine utilises a combination of our scanning, navigation and image collection systems/sensors  tailor made to the job in hand.  Here one of our vehicles is set up with the Ladybug spherical camera system.

Large Point Clouds can only be shared via cloud platforms but smaller files can be hosted on our web site.

View Point Cloud Here

Larger files can be histed and shared via cloud based platforms such as Autodesk A360

Building Viewed using Spherical Images from Scanner