Looking for Input on Scan to BIM

The folks at Imaginit Technologies, the company behind the Autodesk Revit add-on, Scan to BIM have asked me to participate in a promotion for the upcoming Autodesk University, which is being held December 3 – 5 in Las Vegas.

I am going to see if I can get some help from you on this.The first step is to select 3 questions from the following list, so let me know what you think:

  1. What do you think the biggest industry-changer that came to light this year was?
  2. What was the biggest enhancement of Scan to BIM this year?
  3. What do you see as the top three biggest challenges for laser scanning in the AEC industry in 2014?
  4. Can you explain how Scan to BIM 2014 leverages the new Autodesk ReCap Point Cloud Engine?
  5. What are the hottest trends you’ve seen in laser scanning with mobile devices?
  6. Highlight one of the most interesting challenges that was overcome with Scan to BIM in 2013.

I will then send in the top 3 questions and they will send us back a video of the answers provided by their expert panel.

Let’s give it a try.

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3 Responses to Looking for Input on Scan to BIM

  1. Joe Evans says:

    I find 4, 5, and 6 to be the most relevant to me as a user and a researcher. I’m very interested in question 5 and what the industry itself sees as the hottest trends in mobile scanning, given my recent development of methods for using wearable mobile devices (like my Google Glass) to acquire 3D laser scan data and deliver output visualizations in-field and real-time.

    Who knows, maybe they would want to collaborate. I’m following this thread and the Autodesk University very closely!

  2. Pingback: Scan to BIM Team Shares Insights on 2014 | ThinkBIM™ | All Things BIM

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