In principle, it will be helpful to know the exact purpose of the laser scan in advance, as the accuracy of a 3D laser scan can vary greatly depending on how it is performed. If the goal is simply to produce a 3D image, the accuracy of a few centimeters is likely to be sufficient. However, if the intention is to use scanning for pipeline engineering and fabrication at a later stage, the accuracy should be within a few millimeters.
Conduct an on-board inspection to identify the best possible location for equipment and gather information on ballast operations.
During the inspection, it is important to determine if hatches are available to bring system components on board. A report documenting the survey will provide guidance for ongoing work.
The laser scanner will create a 3D image of the environment that will serve as the location for the new Ballast Water Treatment System (BWTS), providing a clearer idea of the final result.
Typically, the scan can be performed within one business day without disrupting the normal course of vessel operations.
If carried out in one of the ship's ports of call, the disturbance of operations will be minimal.
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