Imagine for a minute that you are in the market to buy a new vehicle? You have your heart set on a new convertible, maybe it’s a large SUV for an addition to the family, or it could be a practical everyday sedan. What if it did not have a feature we take for granted to day: a radio for instance? What if the salesman told you it only came in black? Many people would balk, and look for another option.
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I’m sure you’ve heard the term “Industry 4.0.” Similar monikers have been applied to other areas, EHS 4.0 for instance. I’d like to introduce a new term: Workplace 4.0. I’m not one to create hard definitions, but in my mind, many new standards fit into Workplace 4.0: Casual wear such as jeans & a Metallica t-shirt are usually ok for a meeting; children in the workplace are a fact; sometimes the dog barks on a call and we all just smile at the innocent disruption.
One of the most rewarding parts of working on laser scanning projects is the ability to capture sites as they are, accurately without disturbing them. For us, most of the time that means the low impact on the movement for the people who live or work in the buildings we are scanning. Sometimes though, the non-invasive benefits of laser scanning are a prerequisite to measuring what exists. These are the type of projects we live for.
Do you experience a desire to "step into" a project you are designing while it is still a drawing? Have you ever wondered how to showcase your architectural products? How about showcasing different design possibilities to your customers?
Recap: This post is the 3rd installation of our series of blog posts covering the Barrio 31 Project. Villa 31, one of the largest poverty-stricken neighborhoods in Argentina is undergoing a massive renewal into an official city neighborhood: "Barrio 31". Key project challenges include a lack of as-built documentation; the scope and size of measurements needed; a short project timeline; and the need for quality and consistency of data during hand-off.