Leica’s BLK360 Takes the Heavy Lifting Out of Commercial Architecture and Design.
After a decade of working in events and experiential marketing and consistently coming up against incorrect venue plans and technical drawings, Dave Johnstone knew there must be an easier way. On discovering the Leica BLK360 imaging laser scanner, Johnstone immediately saw how accurate digital reality capture could be a game changer for his industry. He bought the device and set up a company - Beings Digital - off the back of its capabilities.
Tight deadlines and quick turnarounds are common hurdles for the vast majority of surveying projects and frequently pose a threat to the quality of deliverable assets.
Andy Fontana is the Leica Geosystems technical specialist for the BLK360 compact laser scanner, known for his helpful how-to videos and insights on the BLK360 on YouTube. We asked Andy about using the BLK360 with the Leica Cyclone FIELD 360 app, how it works, and what some of his favorite features are.
The Leica Cyclone FIELD 360 app for the iPad Pro is a new, streamlined way to produce on-site point cloud registrations with the BLK360.
Laser scanning technologies have improved the way measurements are taken and allows businesses to build, upgrade, and create new services derived from their capabilities.
New technology is one of the driving forces behind industry progress, but limited access and availability can often stand in the way of that technology reaching its full potential and capacity for real change. For this reason, democratizing exclusive technology and its deliverables has become a way for businesses to lead their fields and have meaningful impact, transforming the way entire industries operate.
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