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Cadalyst Publishes Guide to Reality Capture for AEC Projects

2 Aug, 2018 By: Cadalyst Staff

Is it time for your firm to get a grip on reality ... reality capture, that is? This downloadable guide will help you get started.


Reality capture — the collection of data that describes real-world structures, objects, and landforms — is evolving rapidly, as technologies become less expensive, more powerful, and easier to use. That’s good news for AEC professionals, who are bringing more drone-mounted cameras, laser scanners, photogrammetry software applications, and related technologies into their workflows, according to five solution vendors with shares of this growing market.

A new, free guide from Cadalyst explores these industry experts' perspectives about which types of firms can benefit from reality capture technologies, how to approach implementation, and more. Register to download your copy today!


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