Learn how easy it is to use point clouds to validate progress on construction projects. With the latest technology from Assemble, Lenovo, DotProduct and Google, laser scanning solutions have become affordable, fast and easy to use.
In this session, we share how to capture point clouds with a DotProduct handheld scanner and then use the Assemble BIM Cloud Engine (BCE) to utilize point cloud scans for an improved QA/QC workflow. John Jurewicz, General Manager at Walbridge, a leading Detroit based full-service construction company shares how they are incorporating point cloud data captured with low-cost handheld 3D scanners into their workflows for improved project outcomes.
Watch the webinar to learn how to incorporate new, less expensive and more immediate work flows for viewing point cloud data compared with design data.
1. How to capture point clouds with a Lenovo Tango Phab2 Phablet and other handheld devices
2. How to view point cloud data easily in Assemble BCE
3. How to share scans across the project team
4. How to detect clashes between scan data and model objects
5. How to check deviation between scans and model data
John Jurewicz is a General Manager at Walbridge. Mr. Jurewicz has 30 years of experience with design, estimating, modeling and management of complex projects. Specializing in technology which integrates information modeling for documentation and to use for maintenance. His focus is on the value generated through the re-use of data, reducing hazards and reducing the outage time as well as increasing plant productivity. Working for clients in Energy distribution, Automotive, Aviation, metals manufacturing and numerous Universities has specialized research in the use of mobile scanning for optimization. Mr. Jurewicz has worked as a Superintendent for municipal, mid-rise and hi-rise construction, he has worked as a project manager for complex aviation and research labs and as designed, medical clinics, mixed use and water treatment plants as an architect or record. He has been actively licensed since 1990 in 14 States. His thesis in 1985 used model based extraction which is recognized as the first 5D model in the industry.
Tim Kelly is the Product Manager at Assemble Systems, responsible for working closely with customers to develop the product strategy and roadmap. Tim has a wealth of experience within the construction industry, having spent the last 7 years innovating with BIM in design and construction from the general contractor and construction management perspective. Tim earned his BS in Construction Science from Texas A&M University and prior to joining Assemble Systems served as BIM Manager at Satterfield & Pontikes Construction.