The Real Deal pays out

Chapter 2: From field to office

The Real Deal pays out

From field to office

Leica Infinity, the software used to process the collected data, has become invaluable to WestLAND engineers. The ability to import and view the raw survey and scan data so easily has quickly convinced them. WestLAND was also impressed by the ease of doing control traverse network adjustments for precision, using conventional survey points and point cloud data. This data could then be easily exported into multiple file formats and imported directly into MicroStation, AutoCAD Civil 3D, and/or Revit, depending on the application and required deliverables.

The suggestion of using the Leica Nova MS50 MultiStation to scan the JLP tunnel for producing working, cost-effective deliverables has become a very profitable proposal for WestLAND. The data collected from the original pilot project tunnel has turned into a further proposal to JLP for the remaining 16 tunnels. Given the satisfaction of JLP’s end customer, WestLAND expects the additional tunnel proposal to be accepted and looks forward to using the MultiStation on future projects.

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Story: The "real deal" pays out
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Reporter 74 - May 2016

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