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Reality Capture and Virtual Site Tour

On Thursday, October 8, AIRAH hosted the Streamline session "Reality Capture and Virtual Site Tour" with support from Arup.
 

About this Streamline 

The webinar covered:

  • Reality capture techniques and how they can be used on projects
  • Tips and tricks for tools such as embedded hyperlinks and the Cintoo Cloud platform.

Missed watching this Streamline live? AIRAH members receive exclusive access to the recording. 

Click here to watch the Streamline


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Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

In addition to these webinars being free for AIRAH members, you will also earn one CPD hour for each one you attend/watch.

If you watch the webinar live, during its original broadcast time, you will not need to manually log this in your CPD diary. If you watch a recording of the webinar, you must track this yourself to earn the CPD hour. For assistance, please email training@airah.org.au

Click here for more information on eligible CPD activities.

 


Presenters

Mark Hughes, Affil.AIRAH
Building Services Consultant
Arup (LinkedIn)
  
Mark has been with Arup’s Melbourne office since 2013, after a brief career in laser physics research with Defence Science Technology Group in Edinburgh, SA.

At Arup, he has worked on a variety of projects across multiple sectors – predominantly commercial office, aviation, rail and resorts. Recently Mark finished a secondment with the Melbourne Metro and was heavily involved with the new Town Hall Station design.


Michael Alder
Regional Reality Capture Leader
Arup (LinkedIn)
  
Michael’s passion is for 3D and information modelling for building services. This has led to the introduction of 3D laser scanning to the everyday engineering workflow of acquisition and verification before, during, and at the completion of engineering projects.

He initiated the move to 3D point cloud scanning in Arup’s Melbourne office in 2014. For the past six years, a wide variety of projects across virtually all disciplines have been impacted by 3D scanning and associated technologies.