Cintoo Cloud transforms each scan position into a 3D mesh that is more than 20 times smaller than the point cloud. The inverse transformation is used to distribute the data as RCS files into Autodesk portfolio. 3D BIM model can be overlaid over the scan data in the viewer to check for differences.
- Share and distribute the laser scan data with whoever via the cloud with no compromise on accuracy
- View, annotate, measure the laser scan data from anywhere at any time in a web browser
- Compare the as-built (laser scans) and the design intent (3D BIM) during construction in a browser
- Distribute the scan data to whoever via the cloud as RCS or E57 files for Scan-to-BIM
Cintoo develops Cintoo Cloud to turn massive terrestrial laser scan data into cloud and BIM compatible Reality Data that can be shared, viewed, annotated, measured or distributed for Scan-to-BIM workflows in a collaborative way. Cintoo Cloud also enables Scan-vs-BIM workflow for QA / QC process.
Cintoo Cloud White Paper describes the technology behind the platform. With the point cloud-to-mesh transformation, the performance relates to file size reduction before upload to the cloud (20 to 30 times smaller). With the inverse transformation of meshes-to-point cloud, it relates to the sub-millimeter accuracy of the reconstructed point cloud from the mesh.