VirtuSurv: Evaluate laser scan data with or without CAD
Stream data into forms and databases
VirtuSurv supports a completely digital, less error-prone workflow for the display and organization of highly visual laser scan data. Easily take measurements, navigate in the photo-like scan view and send them directly into the Windows application of your choice. Fill in forms, Excel sheets, databases or tables with distances or coordinates. Generate results in just three steps: Load the project. Connect to a Windows application. Measure.
Create CAD drawings and 3D models from scan data within minutes
Click and measure the desired points within VirtuSurv and the design is simultaneously drawn into a CAD plan or BIM design, e.g. AutoCAD®, Revit, BricsCAD, SEMA or Rhino. Establish coordinates, distances and draw CAD objects without loading large and bulky point clouds into a CAD environment. Adapting VirtuSurv to the current workflow is fast and efficient.
Display laser scans fast and as clear as photos
High resolution views make it possible for the user to navigate intuitively, recognize needed objects and easily survey them within the familiar photo-like view of the scans.
Combine different scanner formats – Work in a homogeneous environment
Do you have scans of the same scene, but taken with different scanners in different formats? Combine them in a single VirtuSurv project and measure across the single scan boundaries.
Write macros with CAD commands and make them easily available by using hot keys
Adapt VirtuSurv to your specific workflow. Take advantage of predefined and comfortable command strings. VirtuSurv provides macros, which can control the actions of external programs from within the VirtuSurv environment. This considerably speeds up the evaluation of scan data and prevents switching between VirtuSurv and the target application. As an experienced user, customize the macros at will and create new macros in order to optimize your workflows.
Create a coded field book
Surveyors traditionally used a total station and coded field books to generate a finished drawing after importing the data into their CAD package and can now combine laser scanning within this familiar workflow. The “Create Field Book” option within VirtuSurv supports this traditional procedure and reduces training to a minimum.