nanoCAD 3DScan

nanoCAD 3DScan is a specified application designed to work with 3D scanning data, primarily 3D laser scanning data (LIDAR), created on the nanoCAD CAD platform.


 

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nanoCAD 3DScan is focused on solving engineering and information tasks using 3D scanning data in the following application areas:

Application Areas

  • Construction and operation of buildings engineering structures and networks, including search for collisions and author supervision
  • Creation of 2.5D drawings and plans, including topographic;
  • Machines and apparatus design;
  • Creation of three-dimensional simulation models;
  • Data entry into the GIS system database;
  • Emergency situations and ecological monitoring;
  • Transportation tasks modeling;
  • Execution of operational calculations, measurements, including tools for virtual surveying.

Data sources

The sources of primary data for nanoCAD 3DScan are:

  • Three-dimensional laser scanning (LIDAR) data
  • Various photogrammetric software and hardware systems for obtaining three-dimensional data;
  • Bathymetric surveying and other remote or contact methods providing three-dimensional point clouds as a result of the operation.

3DScan Functionality

nanoCAD 3DScan provides the following functionality:

  • Import of cloud points from popular exchange formats (LAS, BIN, PTS, PTX, PCD, XYZ);
  • Preprocessing: filtration based on different criteria;
  • Registration marks import from external sources;
  • Registration by marks and manual binding;
  • Quality control of point cloud registration;
  • Optimized data storage with meta-information (points classification, measurement parameters, scanned color), implemented with stochastic spatial trees technology;
  • A wide range of visualization methods and the possibility of photorealistic mapping, variety display with multiple viewports support;
  • Construction of cross-sections, assigning of view areas, support for dynamic sections;
  • Integration of point clouds into the nanoCAD drawing environment;
  • Semi-automatic and manual data filtering;
  • Manual and semi-automatic classification tools;
  • Automatic identification of ground surface data;
  • Creation of triangulation models, including digital elevation model (DEM);
  • Semi-automatic and manual vectorization;
  • Measurements of lengths and areas;
  • Direct volumes calculation on point clouds data and project surfaces.

3DScan features

Using nanoCAD 3DScan, you can explore and process large amounts of 3D scanning data (point clouds), such as:

  • Data visualization;
  • Registration;
  • Filtration;
  • Segmentation;
  • Classification;
  • Vectorization;
  • Calculations using raw data;

Advantages of nanoCAD 3Dscan

The main advantages of nanoCAD 3Dscan are:

  • Unique powerful software kernel;
  • Effective point clouds data processing up to 2.5 billion points;
  • Special methods for navigating through point clouds;
  • Dedicated tools for working with raw source data;
  • Full integration with the nanoCAD environment with ability of integration with 3rd party vertical applications.

3DScan File Formats

nanoCAD’ s plot settings dialog allow you to set various plot areas, and create multi-page plots. This can be exclusively useful for printing large drawings on printers with smaller output format. It also supports outputting drawings to single or multi-sheet plot files.

  • LAS;
  • BIN;
  • PTX;
  • PTS;
  • PCD;
  • XYZ