Laser scanning and digitalisation

3D laser scanning is the creation of a digital model of a physical body using a laser beam. The technology is non-contact, works at close and far distances, eliminates damage to objects during scanning. The principle of operation of 3D laser scanners: a directed laser beam is reflected from the surface of the object, forming a cloud of points. Each point has its own coordinates in space. The software determines them and creates a ready-made 3D digital model based on this data.

Compared to traditional methods of measurement, laser scanners have an important advantage - they can digitise objects with complex surfaces and work in places that are difficult for humans to access. The main areas of application of the devices are input and output quality control in production for the purpose of defect prevention and elimination, reverse engineering and other areas.

6 advantages of 3D laser scanning:

Real-time three-dimensional visualisation


Millimetre accuracy of the data obtained


Possibility to perform work without lighting


Timing of measurements is ten times faster


Laser 3D scanning allows to obtain a digital model of buildings and structures


Operating temperature range from -20°C to +50°C Field of application


Application area

Facade survey

Building reconstruction

Reconstruction of industrial objects

Construction monitoring


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Scan Station P50


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