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  • Bechtel Picks Point-Cloud Software To Verify As-Builts

    Getting the most out of point-cloud jobsite scans is a perennial issue, and Bechtel is looking to a small startup for answers. The contractor has announced that it will be using point-cloud analysis software from Oakland, Calif.-based SKUR, which can rapidly compare scanned site data against a project’s entire BIM documentation. Read On ENR.com Read…

  • Scanning in Construction Is Hot

    There were also noteworthy new product offerings from point cloud software vendors in that space. ClearEdge unveiled new Verity point cloud software that is 100% targeted at construction verification, while Leica Geosystems announced a key, new feature for floor flatness/floor leveling analysis and reporting within its popular Cyclone point cloud software and CloudWorx for AutoCAD…

  • Reality Capture for BIM reshaping industry practices

    Point Clouds To The Cloud (Excerpt) Point cloud files are massive; it is common for them to be measured in terabytes. Processing such behemoths can tie up the average workstation for days. A US-based start-up Skur intends to bypass desktop processing of point cloud data for BIM by taking it to the cloud. Skur is…

  • Sanjay Gangal interviews Adam Cohen, CEO of Skur

    Watch The Interview on GisCafe.com

  • Faster ROI from Data Capture

    Read Full Article SKUR’s cloud-based software solution performs a complex task that seems simple: visualizing variance. You use it by plugging in two data files, for instance a design model for a large-scale environment and a 3D scan of that same environment as it was actually built. The software processes those data sets using proprietary…

  • SKUR – Aiding The Construction Industry By Visualizing Variance

    Read Full Article on Builtr.io SKUR is a recent start up from California focused in “Visualizing Variance” for the construction industry. What does that mean? Well, according to them, it means “utilizing sensor data aiming to decrease cost overruns and delays.” In more practical terms, it means “taking a design model and a current point…