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Deploying 3D Reality Capture for Bridge Inspection Applications: Field to Finish

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Join us as we dive into the world of 3D reality capture technology for bridge inspection applications, covering everything from data acquisition to final analysis and reporting. This webinar explores the comprehensive process of utilizing cutting-edge technology to enhance efficiency and accuracy in bridge inspection projects.

Key Points Covered:

  • Reality Capture Technology: Understand the essential requirements for deliverables in bridge inspection projects and how reality capture technology meets these demands.
  • Data Registration: Discover best practices for interactive registration to integrate multiple LiDAR scans into a single point cloud representation, and learn how to leverage registration reports to ensure precise alignment and accuracy.
  • As-Built 3D modeling: Learn how to generate accurate as-built 3D models of bridges using point cloud data.
  • Beam Camber: Explore the process of analyzing beam camber using reality capture data and discover techniques for fitting beams intelligently within point cloud data.
  • Time-based Deviation Analysis: Understand how to perform time-based deviation analysis by comparing point clouds to structural elements over time.

Live attendees of this webinar will receive a certificate of completion indicating 1 LU/ 1 PDH/0.1 CEU earned. Zweig Group is a registered provider of AIA-approved continuing education.

Don’t miss the opportunity to stay ahead in the field of bridge inspection with the latest advancements in reality capture technology.

Kelly Obermeyer, Field Applications Engineer at FARO Technologies

Kelly Obermeyer is a Field Applications Engineer and as-built product expert at FARO Technologies. She graduated with a civil engineering degree and began her career in the oil and gas industry. Kelly’s first role involved using a handheld scanner to measure corrosion on pipelines to obtain measurements for burst pressure calculations. After finding success using a handheld scanner, her team expanded to working with long-range 3D scanners. She used a FARO Focus Laser Scanner to scan pump stations, refineries, and offshore rigs, then registered the data in FARO SCENE Software, and used FARO’s As-Built™️ plugin for AutoCAD®️ Plant3D to create 3D models and isometric drawings. After seven years of field work, Kelly joined FARO, where she has worked for the past three years.


Noah Wells, Field Applications Engineer at FARO Technologies

Noah Wells is a Field Applications Engineer for FARO Technologies, Inc. He joined FARO in 2021 as part of the New Graduate Development Program and serves the Northwest and California regions.