Laser scanner point cloud data allows engineers to visually analyze the building site in 3D without visiting it. Master the workflow for converting 3D laser scanner point clouds into BIM-ready 3D models in Revit. Software required: Revit 2017.
With laser scanner point cloud data, engineers now have a way to visually assess a building site in 3D without even going there in person. It's the perfect reference for viewing the state of the building site, and it's also a great tool for checking if the project has been completed the way it was planned. But it really starts to shine when it gets converted into data-rich geometry in BIM tools like Revit. In this course, Making BIM Ready 3D Models from Point Clouds in Revit, you'll master the workflow for converting 3D laser scanner point clouds into BIM ready 3D models in Revit. First, you'll learn about setting up Revit for your scan to BIM conversion. Next you'll learn to navigate through laser scan erroneous data and model basic building elements from point cloud data. Finally, you'll learn about the best workflows for creating Revit families from laser scan data. By the end of this course, you'll know how to convert most of the objects captured with 3D laser scanners into data rich Revit objects. Software required: Revit 2017. Software required: Revit 2017.
Dejan is an architect and BIM enthusiast dedicated to making project development in architecture open for the digital age, understandable for all the involved parties, and most importantly communication friendly for teams scattered across the globe.
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Dejan Skenderovic, and welcome to my course on Making BIM Ready 3D Models from Point Cloud Data. I'm an architect and BIM enthusiast, running a modeling service for architects and surveyors called ArchiJOY. Scan to BIM is currently the go-to workflow for any serious surveying work, and it produces reliable data and 3D models, which can be used in numerous fields of the building industry. In this course we are going to focus on the conversion of 3D laser scanning data into data-rich models in order to describe its modeling environment. Some of the major topics that we will cover include: setting up Revit for your scanning and conversion, navigating through laser scan erroneous data, modeling of basic building elements from point cloud data, and workflows for creating Revit families from laser scanning data. By the end of this course you'll know how to covert most of the objects captured with 3D laser scanners into data-rich Revit objects. Before beginning the course you should be familiar with the basics of working in Autodesk Revit. From here you should feel comfortable diving into building as builds with courses like Renovation Projects in Revit by Pierre Derenoncourt. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn about scan to BIM, with Making BIM Ready 3D Models from Point Clouds course, here at Pluralsight.