We are experts in 3D Laser Scanning & Modelling, making our services suitable for industrial sites, offshore installations and vessels, architecture and large-scale urban regeneration projects.
We improve plant safety and ensure regulatory compliance with our meticulously engineered services.
We ensure that risk and costs associated with hotwork, construction rework and field fit-up welds are reduced.
We assure that there is immediate and significant reduction of uncertainty among project team regarding job implementation.
We provide better visualization of scope of work and help clients not to miss minute details during work planning.
We ensure reduction in execution and logistics costs. All rework and reviews are done on cloud based virtual model.
Cloud based virtual models provide collaborative opportunities by project team members, which is very convenient and successful.
We avoid rework as site survey scans are carried out accurately with follow-up technical audits and dimensional verification.
We provide laser scanned spatial data from Point Cloud, which is converted to 3D model. We offer intelligent 3D modelling using Autodesk SmartPlant, AVEVA (PDMS), Bentley (Microstation/PDS), Intergraph SmartPlant (3D and P&ID review), Context VR and CAD software applications.
Geosoft Laser Scanning and Modelling service are carried out under well-defined SOPs prepared in accordance with international standards, local regulations and in compliance with client’s process safety guidelines. We ensure quick deliverables compatible with off-the-shelf design software, thus meeting deadlines.
We ensure geographical data security, maintain confidentiality, data integrity and availability 24/7. Due to critical dependence of operations on data availability and correctness, we implement multiple checks, logs, alarms and redundancy.
Compliance obligations require that data should remain available for audits along with historical review for identifying long-term trends or investigating incidents. We help implement data storage policy based on general hierarchy