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Title: COMPARISON OF 3D SCANNING TECHNIQUES & EVALUATION OF THE 3D SCANNING TECHNOLOGY FOR FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
Authors: TAN, SHER QI TERESA
Keywords: Building
PFM
Project and Facilities Management
Wang Qian
2018/2019 PFM
Issue Date: 27-May-2019
Citation: TAN, SHER QI TERESA (2019-05-27). COMPARISON OF 3D SCANNING TECHNIQUES & EVALUATION OF THE 3D SCANNING TECHNOLOGY FOR FACILITIES MANAGEMENT. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Technological advancement is present in the Architectural, Engineering and Construction industry since decades back. Building information modelling is first introduced and many other technology such as the 3D Laser scanner is adopted to facilitate the process. Within the project life cycles in the construction sector, facilities management is considered a crucial period for a building as it due with the maintenance and upkeeping of the building. However, there is a notable gap within the usage of laser scanner for the facilities inspection. Many know the benefits that the scanner technology can provide, but there is a lag in terms of the adoption of it. The focus of this paper is on the relatively under explored area of adopting laser scanner for the facilities management processes such as the defect detection. The paper seek to evaluate the common laser scanner technologies that are available the market to determine the performance and accuracy in aiding the facilities management processes. Past case studies on facilities management using laser scanner is discussed and used to examine the type of laser scanner that has the capability to aid in producing models in each situation during the regular inspection.
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/222469
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