Today we are extremely happy to announce the new Undet for AutoCAD version which has few major improvements that will continue increasing our users productivity further segregating them from the competition. Release highlight – a whole new 3D viewer that links to AutoCAD and provides additional point cloud management options, facilitating identification of details and speeding up drafting, modelling and annotating.
A case study of Scan-to-BIM project for Riga Radio and TV Tower. The final deliverable was a 3D BIM model in Autodesk Revit, with a required LOD300 level of detail. Three different scanners were used for best results at different ranges. The new Undet developments for Revit and BIM workflow revealed.
Intergeo – the world’s No. 1 event for the geospatial community is opening doors on 26 – 28 September in Berlin, Germany. Along with many industry leaders, we are exhibiting and are proud to present the latest Undet news: a new Undet4AutoCAD version, a new Undet4SketchUp version and a sneak peek to our latest developments for Scan2BIM workflow.
We invite you to join us at the GEO Business 2017 in London on May 23-24. Find us at our stand #F15 and learn the latest developments on Undet4AutoCAD and Undet4SketchUp. Join our workshop on Tuesday, May 23 (Room 1) and learn how to efficiently process massive point clouds in AutoCAD.
Thanks to all users that pointed and helped us to solve this. Undet4SketchUp V2.0 had some issues with AMD, NVIDIA Quadro series and integrated video cards on SU 2017. In some cases the point cloud was not visible in others Undet asked to update your video card drivers. We fixed this in the new version V2.1. Find more details on each of the video card.
The 6th edition of the FARO 3D Conference will be held on April 27-28 in the greater Stuttgart area, Kraftwerk, Rottweil. Visit Undet at Faro 3D Exhibition and Workshop session. We are sponsors of the event and will be showcasing our latest point cloud software developments for Undet4AutoCAD and Undet4SketchUp. What do FARO users say about Undet?
Along with the support of SketchUp 2017 we improved snapping to point cloud points, implemented coordinate system transformation and introduced a whole new automated features extraction functionality that allows to detect and automatically extract planes corner lines and surface meshes.
Do you process massive point clouds every day? Do you strive for productivity and efficiency? What if you could save countless hours on as-built 2D and 3D documentation works? Would the result be: Reduced project timelines? More projects within the same time? Beating the competition? Gaining more profit? You name it and you can have it.
We decided to integrate UNDET in to our extensive range of data processing software to improve efficiency when working with point clouds. UNDET has a fantastic usability factor and has the ability to manage a high point count without performance issues. In short, UNDET is simple, practical and applicable.