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Whenever my travel and work schedules allow, I try to attend the BIM Breakfasts at Georgia Tech. Held once a month on the Georgia Tech campus, the breakfast brings together some of the best and brightest minds in the Atlanta area. The February event featured speaker James Barrett, the national director of integrated building solutions […]
First, let me say Happy New Year to all of our clients who have supported us for the past 25 years. We appreciate you and are honored that you choose LandAir Surveying to team with you on many interesting projects across America. Over the past seven years of traveling down the road of 3D data […]
Attending and exhibiting at shows like Hexagon, Spar, and Autodesk University is always fascinating because you get to interact with clients all over the country and see what’s new in the industry. This was our first time exhibiting at Autodesk University, but having been to three conferences in Las Vegas in one year, I was […]
As 2012 winds down and we get ready to head to Las Vegas for the Autodesk University conference, I look back at the strides that have been made in the 3D world and all of the associated hardware and software in our industry. Not only is there new technology being used and accepted, but the […]
As I stand back and look at where 3D laser scanning has led us as a company, I am both pleased and confident that the world of 3D virtual design and engineering is healthy and growing fast. I recently met some truly amazing people from all over America and Europe who are doing some very […]
In a few weeks, I am speaking at a conference about the future of laser scanning in the design and construction world. The audience will be members of a top international construction firm that is very progressive in its use of BIM and 3D laser scanning, so it got me thinking about some of the […]
When we were asked to bring our booth and support the 2nd Annual Revit Technology Conference in Stone Mountain, Georgia, last week, I didn’t know what to expect. But I’m glad we went because we saw the future – and it’s very, very bright. For BIM managers and designers, this conference was a look through […]
When we first started laser scanning back in 2005, we replaced some of our total station surveying equipment with scanning technology. As much as anything, this was a great way for us to learn how to use the technology and understand its capabilities and limitations. Early on, much of the work we did involved transportation […]
The truth is, scanning is the only cost-effective way to collect the existing world. You simply can’t go into a cathedral, petroleum refinery, or metropolitan multi-use entertainment facility and measure with rulers and expect to get the accuracy you need to confidently design renovations. Laser scanning is the only way to do it. Up until […]