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3D laser scanning technology is a means of conducting surveying. Before, during, and after reconstruction data is collected using a 3D scanner. This information is used to precisely measure distances.

The ScanManager[1][2] is a web-based software tool for viewing, analyzing, post-processing, and exporting those 3D laser scans into CAD applications.[3]

The ScanManager enables design and construction professionals to use directly laser scanner output (the Point clouds) for measurement and visualization.[4] It pioneered the integrative approach combining laser scanning and computer aided facilities management (CAFM).[5]


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