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3D models


Using the drones and the adjustment of the flights via GPS, it is very easy to obtain extremely precise 3D field models that can then be used in various ways and even lead to reproductions to scale using 3D printers.


3D models of a building


With the use of several techniques, structured 3D models of surveyed buildings can be elaborated in order to enable the integration of your projects in a computer or web content. The contribution of a 3D model is often important and appreciable for buildings with a cultural and historical function.

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Illustration of the steps of 3D modelling on Adolphe Bridge in Luxembourg
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3D modelling of the amphitheatre of Martigny (VS)
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Global 3D modelling of Hauterive Abbey (FR) and 3D modelling of its inside and liturgical furniture
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Longitudinal section of the 3D model of the Collegiate church of Neuchâtel (NE)
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3D modelling of the painted portal of Lausanne Cathedral (VD)
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Digitization and 3D modelling of the Montreux Palace (VD)
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Topographical survey of a mountain site
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Outside and inside 3D modelling of a manor house: from the model, we can extract any plan or cross-section