SCAN TO BIM UNIVERSITY3 Intensive 1-Hour Webinars on Scan to BIM Best Practices
EARN YOUR B.S. IN SCAN TO BIM*
Scan to BIM is becoming an essential skill in design and construction. So, we’ve joined forces with the Reality Capture Network to co-host this 3-part webinar series to help guide you in this learning process!
Join our hosts Matthew Byrd, President of Nexus 3D & Host of the Reality Capture Network, along with Kelly Cone, VP of Industry Strategy of ClearEdge3D, and our guest panelists as they share best practice tips, lessons learned and key insights that will help make your next Scan to BIM project as productive as possible. Whether you’re just getting started or are already experienced with Scan to BIM, there is always something new to learn! Register for our webinar series and learn how to deliver better, more productive and accurate projects!
Our On-Demand Webinar Series Includes:
LIVE WEBINAR: Thursday, October 29th at 12:00 pm CT
Even after years of working on Scan to BIM projects, you can still get caught off-guard when conditions change, or things go wrong. But don’t despair, our panel will cover how you can prepare for the worst while still planning for the best.
We’ll cover advanced tips, tricks, and even some hacks that you can use to give your project that extra boost to get it over the finish line on time and under budget. We’ll also discuss the right way to share bad news with your clients as this is often the role we building documentation professionals find ourselves in. So, get ready to rip off the band-aid!
Highlights from the session include:
- Multi-instrument capture workflows
- Pre-processing data to improve accuracy
- How to fix registrations gone wrong
- Advanced cleaning and clipping tips
- Robust QA/QC for Scan to BIM
- Supplemental deliverables and how they can build customer loyalty
Meet Our Hosts
President of Nexus 3D & Host of the Reality Capture Network
VP of Industry Strategy
*Caveats, disclaimers and provisos: attending these webinars will not actually earn you a bachelor of science degree in scan-to-BIM, for no such degree exists, rather, it is an invention of our over-eager marketing department. However, a BS in Scan-to-BIM will allow you to wax intelligently over craft bourbon about [insert esoteric reality capture concept here!) at an upcoming trade show, if they ever happen