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FARO® AS-BUILT SOLUTIONS

The FARO As-Built™ platform delivers innovative and profitable tools for complete and efficient conversion of reality capture data into parametric CAD and BIM models.

FARO<sup>®</sup> AS-BUILT<sup>™</sup> SOLUTIONS
 

FARO® AS-BUILTTM Requirements

The FARO As-Built platform delivers innovative and profitable tools for complete and efficient conversion of reality capture data into parametric models. Additional plugins seamlessly integrate into AutoCAD® Software or Autodesk® Revit®, adding additional tools for the evaluation of 3D data to CAD and BIM models.

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

Hardware requirements depend on the project size. For a 30 GB project (26 scan positions) with 500 As-Built Modeler objects (regions with 30 vertices) a computer with Intel Core i7-6920HQ CPU @ 2.90 GHz (4 physical cores), 32 GB RAM, NVIDIA Quadro M2000 (4 GB memory) and 1 TB SSD will work properly.

Hardware

Intel Core i7/i9/Xeon or AMD equivalent more than 3 GHz, 8 physical cores, 64 GB RAM, 1 TB Solid State Drive + Regular HDD

Graphics Card

Dedicated Graphics Card, OpenGL 4.1 or higher, at least 16 GB Memory; For Stereo Rendering and Viewing: NVIDIA Quadro; For VR Rendering and Viewing: NVIDIA GTX 1080 or similar, SteamVR must be installed; Supported VR Headsets (optional): Oculus Rift or HTC Vive with Touch Controllers

Operating system

System 64-bit Windows™ 10

Recommended Hardware Requirements

Accessories 3D Connexion Space Mouse with latest drivers (settings described in the User Manual); Network card is required for licensing As-Built Modeler

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