Laser scanning provides extra value in project design ///

Laser scanning technology has existed for less than a decade, yet it has already become a powerful tool in the oil and gas industry, gaining wide acceptance for brownfield applications, both onshore and offshore. Its use is especially important in an economic climate where budgets are curtailed and renovating existing facilities is a crowded operation. Offshore platforms are a good example, as they can be as complex as a refinery but with much less real estate to work with.

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