Lake Mary, Fla. — FARO Technologies, Inc. released PointSense and VirtuSurv 17.0, laser scanning plug-ins for the Autodesk environment that ensure seamless integration with the recently released Autodesk 2017 product line.
3D laser scanning is quickly becoming the accepted practice for fast, efficient and accurate capture of as-built data by engineers, architects and construction specialists. However, designers are often left with CAD programs that have manual and inconsistent methods for transforming scan data into final design needs. The PointSense and VirtuSurv 17.0 programs provide BIM-CIM CAD designers with comprehensive tool kits for solving the challenge of converting massive point cloud data sets into intelligent 3D models. Customers can choose software modules that match their specific workflows and plug-ins are available for both AutoCAD and Revit.
PointSense for Revit 17.0 now provides support for "work-sharing" projects, allowing all BIM-CIM stakeholders to simultaneously use PointSense on a common Revit project file. In addition, an enhanced wall-fitting tool allows users to accurately extract walls from point clouds without having to scan both sides of the wall.
"FARO understands the significance that Autodesk software plays in completing our clients' workflows within the BIM-CIM market." stated Andreas Gerster, Vice President, BIM/CIM and Product Design. "Our engineering team worked closely with Autodesk to provide a seamless transition to Autodesk 2017 products so that our customers have immediate, uninterrupted access to the latest design platform."
PointSense and VirtuSurv 17.0 are available for immediate shipment and a limited-time promotional offer, when bundled with FARO's industry-leading BIM-CIM Laser Scanner, is available until June 24th. For additional information, visit www.FARO.com.