Accuracy and Range: The Laser Scanner Focus Series provides the highest accuracy and ranges up to 350m by using a combination of the most advanced sensor technologies.
Adaptable and Quick: Document any project site or scene, whether indoors or outdoors, in bright sun or in complete darkness in minutes. Customize settings to adapt to any scene and capture up to 976,000 points/sec.
On-Site Compensation*: With the on-site compensation functionality users can verify and adjust the Focus compensation on-site or in the office immediately before scanning, ensuring high-quality scan data and traceable documentation. A comprehensive compensation document is automatically generated.
On-Site Registration*: During on-site data capture, the laser scanner immediately transmits scan data wirelessly to FARO SCENE for real-time scan processing and registration, providing efficiency and time savings.
Scan Group Feature (Rescanning of Distant Targets): The Scan Group feature identifies multiple areas to be rescanned with higher resolution to either perform accurate target detection or to capture with greater detail.
Retake Photos Option: No need to redo entire scans. Select images to retake photos in seconds.
Lightweight and Small Size: Weighing only 4.2 kg the Focus Laser Scanner is extremely portable.
HDR Photo Overlay: With the Focus HDR functionality, challenging lighting situations will never subtract users’ scan results. Predefined HDR profiles increase the picture quality recorded in very bright or dark environments.
Digital Hashing Function: The automatic digital hashing feature provides encrypted security to all raw scans by hashing data at the time of capture. Use the Scan Verification Tool to ensure the scan files have not been altered in any way and data is unchanged since first captured.
Status Indicator*: The visual indicator provides the status of the laser scanner for improved on-site safety.
* Offered for Focus S series only
WHAT ARE THE FUNCTIONS OF HDR?
The HDR laser scanner models record HDR imagery. HDR means high dynamic range and is a technique to capture images with multiple exposure rates and merging them into a single HDR image layer. This HDR image provides additional details in dark or bright areas, which would have been lost in a standard image. These HDR images will be mapped onto the point cloud data generated by the laser scanner.
- Reliable life-like visualization, even under extreme lighting conditions and large distance
- Safe and fast as-built data capturing with superior colour detail
- Reduced complexity by integrated scanning and imaging workflow for all kinds of scanning tasks
The FARO Focus series maximizes productivity and simplifies workflows for as-built documentation in numerous application fields:
- Façades inspection: 3D dimensional inspection of building shells and facade components before final assembly.
- Scan-to-BIM: Delivering real world information into BIM models.
- Built environment: Precise geometrical recording of existing properties as the basis for conversions or extensions.
- Space optimization: By prior creation of 3D models. CONSTRUCTION APPLICATIONS:
- Structural analysis and maintenance: Fast and cost-effective testing of the stability of the supporting structure and detection of wear and tear
- Construction progress monitoring: Seamless capture and monitoring of construction progress for legal and technical documentation.
- Free-form components inspection: Precise dimensional check of complex components such as free-form shape elements.
- Deformations control: Documentation of deformation processes and monitoring of countermeasures.
- Coordination: Improved multi-trade project collaboration
- Reconstruction: Detailed 3D data for reconstruction of lost appearance of components of historical sites or archeological objects.
- Restoration: Creat 3D models for restoring purposes preserving the original building substance without the necessity of scaffolding usage.
- Conservation: Precise 3D CAD documentation for preservation and protection of historical/archeological material and inventory.
INSPECTION AND REVERSE ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS:
- Reverse engineering: Copies of products and components for which there are no construction plans and/or CAD data available
- Interior fixtures and fittings: Precise 3D CAD documentation of complex interiors of ships, cars or aircrafts as a basis for planning of conversions
- Manufacturing documentation: Complete 3D documentation of the manufacturing status of complex machine components
- Quality control: Precise 3D documentation and dimensional inspection of large and complex components such as rotor blades, turbines, ship propellers, etc.
PROCESS INDUSTRY AND DIGITAL FACTORY APPLICATIONS:
- Conversions and extensions: Precise 3D documentation of the current state of the property as the planning basis for conversions and extensions
- Offsite production: Possibility of precise-fit off-site assembly, thanks to exact 3D CAD data and dimensional control
- Asset management: Simplification of facility management, maintenance, training, etc. through comprehensive 3D master data, simulations and training in virtual reality
- Improved coordination between different trades, comprehensive documentation and supervision of all work
PUBLIC SAFETY AND FORENSICS APPLICATIONS:
- Crime scenes investigation & analysis: Complex and timely investigations made easier and faster by the FARO Laser Scanner Focus.
- Bullet path reconstruction: Quick and accurate reconstruction of bullet paths made possible by combinig traditional investigative methods with cutting-egde laserscanning technology.
- Crash investigation & analysis: Handling, investigating and analyzing road incidents, their cause and impact.
- Passive safety of cars: Reducing consequences of accidents with laser scanner tested passive safety systems can be vital for passenger survival.
- Fire Investigation: Detailed fire scene reconstruction.
CIVIL ENGINEERING/SURVEYING APPLICATIONS:
- Scanning of large or distant objects: Due to the extra long scanning range all kinds of high, long or difficult to access objects can be easily scanned .
- Project supervision: Close monitoring of excavations, bridges, towers, roads, railways, reservoirs, pipelines to be built, to meet the project's requirements.
- Deformation monitoring: Determining if the surveyed structure or object is changing shape or moving. Saves time and rework during construction.
- Large volume calculation: When measuring loose material in bulk, e.g. in barges, silos or in warehouses, large volume determination on a regular basis is an important consideration. Laser scanning allows for fast, accurate and reliable dimensional calculations.
- Quality control: Precise laser scanning ensures that the final as-built condition fit design intent and minimizes the chance of potential problems.
- As-built documentation: 3D laser scanning solutions ensure that ship hulls and components can be digitized when original drawings are missing or inaccurate (as it is often the case with old vessels).
- Ballast Water Treatment (BWT) retrofit: Upcoming legislation requires the installation of Ballast Water Treatment systems onboard all ocean-going vessels. 3D laser scanning can overcome challenges such as measuring the limited space in engine rooms, and capturing reliable data for the process.
- Ship Repair: Providing a fast and accurate way to inspect ship parts during repair to ensure compliance with design specifications and a perfect fit.
FACILITY MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS:
- Documentation: The Focus accurately records the inventory data that is needed by Facility Managers – be it the structural situation on a production plant or the building services equipment in an office block.
- Planning of structural alterations: The scan data provides an accurate 3D model of the actual status of the building. As a result Facilities Managers can run through the usage options for rooms even before planning actually begins.
- Replanning of technical modifications: Changes to technical equipment, such as pipes, air ducts and electrical supply lines, can be depicted and checked in advance in the virtual model. This offers a stable basis for replanning.