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Technology adapted to the naval industry

Naval architecture is a complex field, involving the optimization of the geometrical form of vessel hulls for the purposes of floatation and hydrodynamics.
Maritime engineering uses 3D modelling or lines drawings for fitting-out operations and the production of structural design reports for decks, holds, bays, etc., but also for living quarters and technical facilities such as the engine room.
3D laser scanning is perfectly adapted to the capture of keelsons and highly cramped areas

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  • Fitting-out of a ship or vessel
  • Conformity control during construction
  • Section, elevation, crop section profiles of hull
  • 3D model of manifolds, deck or tanks, engine room
  • Updating of constructor's 3D model
  • 3D Dimensional survey and measurements
  • Conversion of tanker into an FPSO vessel
  • Positioning and dimensioning of frames

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  • 3D or 2D data files, obtained by the same survey campaign
  • Operations throughout the world
  • Long-term experience in the field
  • BOSIET-HUET qualified personnel
  • High precision of scans
  • Speed of response
  • Exhaustive scans
  • Results suitable for processing in all CAD tools
  • Rapid results, often available for processing within days of on-site scanning
  • Speed of capture of on-board measurements
  • Offshore operations
  • Virtual 3D inspections of installations

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  • Files types: Autocad (DXF/DWG), Microstation (DGN), Solidworks, 3DStudioMax (3ds & max),
    3Dipsos (IPS), Realworks (RWP), Pointools (POD/PTL) , PDMS (macros), PDS
    and of course all the open format files like IGES, OBJ, STEP, VRML etc...
  • 3D model
  • Structured 3D model, with attached catalog
  • Accurate, high density point cloud, with a high level of detail
  • 2 dimensional images (cut sections, layouts, …)
  • 2 dimensional digitized file ( cut sections, layouts,…)
  • Scan-review (Collaborative review of laser survey through panoramic images)

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