We take industry-leading platforms (AutoCAD, Revit, SketchUp, Ares Commander) and refine them by integrating the UNDET database with a point cloud accelerator and add specialized tools to ensure a super-smooth workflow to produce 2D / 3D / BIM results based on Point Cloud data.
Supersmooth workflow is ensured by:
- An UNDET database with a point cloud accelerator
The UNDET database is ready for a super-smooth workflow with point clouds, you will retain control over each imported file (individual scan position files are not merged into a single “dead set”). UNDET quickly locates and visualizes point cloud views of any size in a CAD / BIM environment, regardless of the 3D measurement equipment used. Advantages of the UNDET database:
- Tools designed by 3D measurements professionals
We know a supers-smooth workflow with a point cloud from field survey to final deliverables.
The UNDET team has been working on 3D measurement technology since 2007 to understand the daily challenges and demands of building/site measurement documentation. Our R&D team has been awarded multiple EU grants, in the fields of point cloud processing automation, automatic feature extraction, and creation of artificial intelligence. UNDET tools are designed to seamlessly accelerate workflow with point clouds for those who want to do everything right and super-smooth.
- Intuitive & user-friendly interface
Our solutions integrate into your workflow as UNDET plug-ins for your selected industry-leading CAD / BIM platform (AutoCAD, Revit, SketchUp, Ares Commander):
UNDET customers confirm that Undet solutions are intuitive, quick to understand and easy to integrate with enterprise processes.
https://www.undet.com/undet-software-customers-reviews-and-ratings/ – UNDET user feedback
Building documentation (2D/3D/CAD/BIM) from Point Cloud.
Any building documentation from architecture and facade measurements, plans and sections to detail specifications.
3D models can be represented as a final deliverables of your task. It can be a building, infrastructure object or any other structure.
Plans of various sites that include topographic information, a desirable level of details and specific attributes.