The new FARO PointSense 18.0 release is a compatibility release that allows Autodesk® customers to utilize FARO point cloud processing tools with the latest Autodesk® 2018 design tools, released in March and April 2017.
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The PointSense Suite is a new product bundle of FARO's popular PointSense Plug'ins for AutoCAD® and Revit® which accelerates the evaluation of laser scan data. It provides a complete set of powerful, industry specific point cloud processing tools on one license. AEC professionals can utilize the PointSense Suite to perform intelligent feature extraction, for design and scan to BIM as well as deformation analysis tools for QA/QC assessment.
All PointSense for AutoCAD programs and PointSense for Revit
As-built Civil/Survey, As-built architecture, Construction Q/C, As-built MEP/Plant, As-built Heritage
The crossgrade from an existing single PointSense program is possible.
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PointSense for Revit® 18.0 now offers an extended output option for the surface analysis. It is now possible to display different Levels of Accuracy (LoA) according to USIBD (US Institute of Building Documentation) standards. This option allows validation of the accuracy of an as-built model compared to the captured point cloud offering suveyors a proof of accuracy if defined tolerance levels of the principal are kept or not.
The USIBD LoAs define general industrial standards in US.
More information to found here: http://usibd.org/
The enhanced scan navigation feature in PointSense for AutoCAD® 2018 now allows faster navigation from one scanner perspective to the other. It can be easily processed using a double click on the scan label or using the related context menu.
The insert point cloud functionality has been extended by including an additional option for locking point clouds. This function prevents deleting or moving point clouds unintentionally.
All FARO PointSense, PhoToPlan and TachyCAD programs now provide a new Getting Started Screen pointing the user to helpful self-learning material such as: