Leica Truview

Truview Combines Panoramic Images with Point Cloud Data, Allowing the User to Take Measurements, Mark Up and Share Views.

It Provides an Effective Visual Decision-Making Tool

Leica 360o TruView

Panoramic View using Leica Scanner Station

3D Scanning for Reverse Engineering using 3D scan data is the most efficient way to generate a 3D CAD model from a physical object that has any kind of complex or freeform shape. While using traditional measurement techniques such as callipers to reverse engineer these complex surfaces can be difficult or even impossible, 3D laser scanning shines – literally! Scan data can be turned into a model representing its as-built shape or to match original as-designed features – including parametric ones.

TruView allows even inexperienced users to take advantage of the 3D laser scanning technology and also limits unnecessary site visits. Truview can be generated in intensity colours (black & white), or in the real colour scale if scanned using the RGB option. This is an essential tool and aid in the CAD to cloud conversion.


Benefits of Using TruView

  Gigabytes of scan data can be converted into measurable photographs and opened in free internet browser
  Measuring and extraction of 3D coordinates using Internet Explorer
  Virtual, cost-free site visits
  Sharing 3D spatial data with the team online



Taking Measurements using Leica's TruView Software


Sample Video of a Project