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Scanning and 3D Visualization for Architecture

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4454 Idea Center Boulevard

Beavercreek, OH 45430

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Scanning and 3D Visualization for Architecture: What drones and advanced imagining is telling us about our world

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1.5 AIA CES LU

Scanning devices range from handheld to backpack to vehicles to drones to aircraft to satellites; they produce 3D and 2D imagery (photogrammetry), LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging), hyperspectral or thermal/infrared imaging. Learn how scanning and geospatial services are impacting the AEC Industry through terrestrial and aerial imagery programs. Upwards of 85% of buildings standing in 2030 already exist today. Therefore, to fuel redevelopment and reuse and meet future energy standards (ie: the carbon-neutral goal of the 2030 Challenge), we need to rapidly assess and upgrade our current building stock. Learn how to use imaging/scanning to generate an accurate 3D models or as-builts, assess roofs, site and vertical facade conditions as well as myriad other applications.

Learning Objective 1:

Participants will learn how thermal imaging can assess roof, site and vertical facade conditions as well as solar readiness to reduce energy use and environmental impact of buildings.

Learning Objective 2:

Participants will learn how a range of scanning devices can rapidly assess building stock to help identify opportunity for redevelopment or reuse, which helps reduce new/sprawl construction and fuel energy-reducing retrofits.

Learning Objective 3:

Participants will learn how various scanning devices (drones, aircraft, backpack LiDAR, etc.) can be used to detect building and structure outlines and provide high accuracy as-built documentation enabling neighborhood or building redevelopment.

Learning Objective 4:

Participants understand the available scanning products from 3D and 2D imagery (photogrammetry), LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging), hyperspectral or thermal/infrared imaging and their varied uses for community safety, health, and planning.

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Nadja Turek, a civil engineer and sustainable design expert, serves as Woolpert’s Research and Development Facilitator. Capabilities she has spearheaded or enhanced in Woolpert Labs include resilient design and planning, airborne thermal imagery for energy auditing, scan to BIM technology, virtual reality and leveraging GIS for facility owners. An Air Force veteran, Mrs. Turek is a Fellow in the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME).

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