Leveraging 3D Reality Meshes for Real-Time Asset Management and Monitoring
Wednesday, July 12, 2017 | 2:00pm – 3:00pm Eastern Time
Penn State University is a public research university with 24 campuses throughout Pennsylvania. Penn State’s objective is to create a “virtual campus” for all its campuses to manage and monitor their assets in real-time.
Starting with its largest campus, University Park, Penn State explored reality modeling as a solution. The challenge was to find a single system to index their large amount of data which resided in different systems and saved in different formats.
To capture the site, the team took 2,400 aerial images with a Cessna at 1,000 feet. Using Bentley’s ContextCapture, they generated a highly detailed 3D reality mesh. And leveraging Bentley’s i-model Transformer technology, Penn State linked their assets to GIS, BIM and custom information systems allowing campus stakeholders to monitor day-to-day and long-term operations of buildings and structures on a single interface.
– Learn best practices for capturing images to create a 3D model
– Learn how to generate a 3D reality mesh with ContextCapture
– Learn how to link design files, GIS data, and other documents to a 3D reality mesh
– Learn how to leverage 3D photo navigation in your 3D model
– Learn how to integrate construction information to visualize new buildings
Alton B. (Buddy) Cleveland, Real World Capture
Sean Higgins, SPAR 3D Editor
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