Medical & Research
Learn how medical and research companies are using accurate structured blue light 3D scanners, comprehensive inspection software, photogrammetry technology, and/or automation to improve manufacturing processes with rapid precision measurements
This application shows the complete digitizing of the model of a torso and its removable organs, with all data in one coordinate system, using the combination of ATOS 3D scanner and TRITOP photogrammetry (ATOS XL). The goal is the generation of data for the reproduction of the part.
Due to the technological developments of recent years, the institute of forensic medicine of the University of Bern, Switzerland, and the scientific service of the municipal police Zurich decided to evaluate and validate modern, non-invasive, three-dimensional documentation and analytical methods.
Scansite was contracted to recreate a Chilean mummy with ATOS optical non-contact 3D scanner. This presentation also gives an overview of their other art and sculpture projects they have digitized.
In recent years, the complexity of parts in the plastics processing industry has increased, generating high demand for the development and use of new metrology procedures to optimize the complete process chain in industrial environments. Standards in quality assurance are now set by threedimensional optical measurement technologies such as those developed, manufactured and distributed by GOM (Gesellschaftfür Optische Messtechnik) of Braunschweig, Germany, one of the world’s leading providers of 3D metrology solutions.
Volkswagen pursues accident research. Numerous accident statistics and local accident surveys have been analyzed statistically to gain knowledge of the accident event. The goal is to improve vehicle safety.