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.
Next week is going to be exciting! We are exhibiting at the GeoBusiness 2016 in London. Come and visit us on our Stand F15. We will showcase point cloud software solutions for AutoCAD and for SketchUp and also you will learn what we are up to next. Attend our training and demonstration session on Tuesday 24 May at 9.30, Room K. You will learn how to efficiently process massive point clouds, improve 2D/3D/BIM workflows, reduce project timelines, drive productivity and save money.
The main value of Undet software is its efficiency and ease of use when working with point clouds in AutoCAD. Using Undet has helped us to improve our models and to reduce the time spent in creating them considerably, allowing us to reduce costs and improve on delivery times. The time spent in producing models is now typically 30% less than it was previously.