Using the Surphaser spherical scanner, DDI was able to capture over 190,000 points per second, creating highly accurate, high-resolution 3D point clouds of a C-5 cargo bay. The data was needed for space planning when filling the aircraft with equipment and other necessary items.
Compact, industrial scanner paired with complete reverse engineering software.
Long-range, high-accuracy scanner paired with complete polygonal modeling software.
Aerospace Measurement, Inspection & Analysis
Held Alongside Aerotest America
Fort Worth, Texas
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