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High complexity characterizes hospital environments. In addition to the role they play in society, there are also all the aspects that, together in the same environment, make it unique. Some examples that make up the challenge of carrying out projects in these places:

  • High density of people circulating;

  • Sensitive information from many individuals simultaneously exposed;

  • Specific architectural features;

  • Standards and rules regarding hygiene and health that must be followed by everyone at all times;

  • Open 24 hours a day;

  • Variety of pipes for gas transport in a large part of the structure;

  • Health risk environment;

  • Ongoing health-critical activities.

The difficulty in carrying out any type of project in a hospital environment is known, and therefore, it is an area intended for specialists. The first step of any project involving existing structures is the survey of existing conditions. Given the aforementioned challenges, added to the volume of information to be collected and the need for data to mitigate design errors, which in this environment can have disastrous consequences, these are arguments that converge to the use of fast and accurate solutions.

In this context, laser scanning in these environments is a very powerful design and asset management strategy. It has limiting factors, such as environments close to the MRI or bright structures, but which are circumventable or complemented with other types of surveys.


Extensions, renovations and retrofits
Hospital layout
Secondary equipment replacement study
interference simulation
Documentary memory | As is | As built | As found
Object simulations in transit

Same database for everyone involved

Complete environment capture

Reduced site visits

High volume and data quality

Better cost forecasting

Increased productive potential


Mitigation or elimination of risks

Conflict reduction during execution



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