Using state of the art technology, we can accurately measure the position and shape of almost any item.
This includes, but is not limited to:
- Mine site equipment, and areas of mine sites
- Buildings, and residences
- Complete interiors of workshops and factories
- Vehicle exteriors and interiors
- Offshore structures
Essentially anything that can be seen within a 40m envelope can be measured, and larger areas can still be measured by taking multiple scans.
Based on the information gathered, we can quickly produce:
- 3D Models
These can be deliverables in themselves, or we can use them to facilitate the design and installation of new equipment in existing sites.
Another application is in quality control. Article inspections can be streamlined by directly comparing the dimensions of the as-built item against CAD models of the original design.
Furthermore we can take multiple measurements over a period of time, and by analysing the data, we can highlight areas where equipment has become worn. Maintenance activities can then be optimised, by adjusting the timing of replacements based on actual wear, and by only replacing the items that are worn.
Some examples where this would be useful:
- Mill liners
- Excavator teeth
- Chute liners
- Truck beds