The Automatic 3D Reconstruction of As-build based on Computations From Laser-Scanned Data
Covid 19 has contributed to the growing demand for three dimensional (3D) reconstruction of as-built construction projects and influenced an even greater desire to complete the "Digital Transformation" and work on smart buildings and obtaining data IoT (Internet of Things).  
This study aims to propose a method of automatically generated 3D models. A 3D point-cloud is created using the LiDAR (light detection and ranging) device. It's basically a laser scanner. The laser scanned data is collected from several locations and then merged with a design to simulate a new building.  
Two students, Khadijah and Anthony from the HNC Construction & The Built Environment course took part in this case study, with supervision from Bridget Kogo (Doctoral Researcher from Brunel University London).  
Khadijah, HNC Construction & The Built Environment Student
Anthony, Construction & The Built Environment Student
An example of the 3D models can be viewed here
3D Model of West London IoT Lounge
3D model of West London IoT Second Floor
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