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Uploading Leica BLK2GO Scan Data

Getting Started » Uploading Indoor Mobile Lidar Scans » Uploading Leica BLK2GO Scan Data

More about Leica BLK2GO here: Leica BLK2GO – Mobile Mapping The data that is expected by Cintoo Connect from Leica BLK2GO device is a single E57 file generated by Leica Register 360 2022.0 or above, and Leica Publisher Pro. The Leica REGISTER 360 2022.0…

Uploading Emesent Hovermap Scan Data

Getting Started » Uploading Indoor Mobile Lidar Scans » Uploading Emesent Hovermap Scan Data

More about Emesent Hovermap here: Hovermap – Emesent The data that is expected by Cintoo Connect from the Emesent Hovermap device and related software is a E57 file together with the scanning path in .xyz format. Importing Emesent Hovermap data using Cintoo…

Uploading Viametris data

Getting Started » Uploading Indoor Mobile Lidar Scans » Uploading Viametris data

More about Viametris devices here: https://viametris.com The data that is expected by Cintoo Connect from the Viametris Mobile Indoor devices is the following: The unstructured point cloud in E57 format The walking /scanning path in XYZ format Copying / pasting…

Uploading GeoSLAM data

Getting Started » Uploading Indoor Mobile Lidar Scans » Uploading GeoSLAM data

Uploading GeoSLAM data More about GeoSLAM devices here: https://geoslam.com The data that is expected by Cintoo Connect from the GeoSLAM Mobile Indoor devices is the following: The unstructured point cloud in E57 format The walking /scanning path in TXT…

Export Scan Data

Workflows » Export Scan Data

There are two ways to export scan data out of Cintoo Cloud: From the Data tab From the Crop List (Learn more about the Crop Tool here) Cintoo Connect must be installed on your local drive in order to export scan data. (See instructions here) 1. Export scan data…

Uploading Gexcel Heron data

Getting Started » Uploading Indoor Mobile Lidar Scans » Uploading Gexcel Heron data

More about HERON devices here: https://gexcel.it/en/ The data that is expected by Cintoo Connect from the Mobile Indoor device, such as Heron MS Twin Color and HERON Lite Color is obtained from a dedicated process in Reconstructor software that generates a…

Scan vs. Scan

Workflows » Comparison Tools (Requires BCM Option) » Scan vs. Scan

Scan to Scan Comparison Workflow using Visual Check Tool Select the Work Zones that contain the 2 sets of scans that you want to compare. The scans selected in “To Compare” will be highlighted in pink. These are the ones that will be displayed in…

Structured vs. Unified & Unstructured Scan Data

Getting Started » Structured vs. Unified & Unstructured Scan Data

Terrestrial or Static Laser Scanning Each individual scan comes with its depth map, associating X, Y, Z data to each pixel of the panoramic image grid. Structured Scans The structured data contains each scan location, each panoramic image & depth map, and the…

Uploading BIM Models

Workflows » Uploading BIM Models

In Cintoo Cloud, select the project in which you want to upload a BIM model. Create a dedicated Work Zone to host this BIM model. In this Work Zone, click on ‘Upload Models’. A new dialogue box will now open: By Selecting Upload IFC models from your…

Uploading NavVis VLX or M6 data from IVION

Getting Started » Uploading Indoor Mobile Lidar Scans » Uploading NavVis VLX or M6 data from IVION

More about NavVis VLX or M6 devices here:https://www.navvis.com The data that is expected by Cintoo Connect from the Mobile Indoor device, such as the NavVis M6 or the NavVis VLX, is obtained from processed data folders that can be generated using NavVis IVION or…

Scan vs. BIM

Workflows » Comparison Tools (Requires BCM Option) » Scan vs. BIM

Using the Comparison Tool In the Project Explorer on the left, select the project at the root or the Work Zone that contains the data sets that you want to compare. Your selections in the Comparison Tool will be limited to the Work Zone and sub-Work Zones selected…

Uploading Terrestrial (Static) Scans

Getting Started » Uploading Terrestrial (Static) Scans

Terrestrial or Static Laser Scans Terrestrial scans, also called static scans, are generated from a device mounted on a tripod. Each individual scan comes with its depth map, associating X, Y, Z data to each pixel of the panoramic image grid. Structured scans…

Uploading NavVis VLX or M6 data from NavVis Desktop App

Getting Started » Uploading Indoor Mobile Lidar Scans » Uploading NavVis VLX or M6 data from NavVis Desktop App

More about NavVis VLX or M6 devices here:https://www.navvis.com The data that is expected by Cintoo Connect from the Mobile Indoor device, such as the NavVis M6 or the NavVis VLX, is obtained from processed data folders that can be generated using NavVis IVION or…

Export individual Scan URL

Workflows » Export individual Scan URL

Each uploaded scan has been assigned a unique URL for the lifetime of the project in the cloud. These scans can be individually shared from the DATA tab. You can view all these URLs by exporting the scan parameters in an Excel sheet for the selected files. …

Uploading Indoor Mobile Lidar Scans

Getting Started » Uploading Indoor Mobile Lidar Scans

Indoor Mobile Lidar devices produce ‘unstructured’ point clouds by continuously scanning the space along one or multiple walking path(s). While scanning, those devices also capture spherical images, which can be fully spherical (360-degree horizontal) or partially…

Uploading a generic E57 file with its camera path in CSV format

Getting Started » Uploading Indoor Mobile Lidar Scans » Uploading a generic E57 file with its camera path in CSV format

The data that is expected by Cintoo Connect for unstructured scan data is the following: The unstructured point cloud in E57 format The walking /scanning path in CSV format There might be 2 cases: If the equipment has no camera (so no panoramic images has been…

Creating a New Project

Getting Started » Creating a New Project

Once you have accessed to Cintoo Cloud, invited a Project Manager or set yourself as a Project Manager, you (or the invited Project Manager) can now create a first project. Click on “My Projects” in the top bar: In “My Projects”, click on “Create…

Cintoo Solution Specifications

Getting Started » Cintoo Solution Specifications

The Cintoo Solution The Cintoo Solution is composed of Cintoo Cloud and Cintoo Connect. Cintoo Cloud is a cloud-based platform running on Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure with a Web application to manage, view, share, enrich laser scan data in a collaborative…

Support of Leica RTC 360 Scans

Getting Started » Support of Leica RTC 360 Scans

Cintoo Connect has been updated (version 1.8+) to support RTC 360 big images coming from Leica Cyclone’s E57 export. What has changed with Cintoo Connect 1.8+? Before Cintoo Connect 1.8+, scans captured with the Leica RTC 360 and exported via Cyclone in E57 format…

Asset Management: Import, display and export Asset Lists

Workflows » Asset Management: Import, display and export Asset Lists

Asset Management in Cintoo Cloud An ‘asset’ in Cintoo Cloud references an object or equipment that has a unique ID, an XYZ location, and a bounding box. It is part of a list. There can be several lists in a single project. An asset has specific attributes such as…

Alignment Tools (Requires BCM Option)

Workflows » Alignment Tools (Requires BCM Option)

You may need to align your scans and the BIM model if they are not in the same coordinate system. In the 3D View, select the Manual Alignment Tool. Select the reference data and the one to be aligned. You may want to align the BIM model to the scans or vice…

Shared Viewer

Project Console » 3D View » Shared Viewer

You can share the 3D View with anybody or to selected users. Select the scan that will be used as the starting point for the Shared Viewer experience: In 3D View, switch to Scan Mode: Select the scan with its orientation and the display mode (2D Pano, 3D RGB,…

Point Cloud Cleanup using Leica Cyclone Software

Getting Started » Point Cloud Cleanup using Leica Cyclone Software

You can perform Point Cloud Cleanup within Leica Cyclone software and export that information out as a structured .e57 point cloud to be uploaded into Cintoo Cloud via Cintoo Connect. (This content provided by NOAR Technologies, a valued Cintoo Partner and Leica…

Assigning Scans to Work Zones

Project Toolbar » Assigning Scans to Work Zones

There are 2 ways to easily assign scans to a Work Zone: Method 1: Either by manually draggring and dropping scans from the list in the DATA tab to the Work Zone in the Project Explorer or in the DATA tab. Method 2: Or my selecting the scans in the Overview Map and…

Signing In

Getting Started » Signing In

Logging in to Cintoo Cloud Please make sure that you use Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox as a Web browser when logging in. After starting your free trial, login to https://aec.cintoo.com/login with your email address and password. You are already set as an Account…

Resource Explorer

Project Console » Resource Explorer

Please select the Resource Explorer (formerly Work Zone tool) in the vertical tool bar of your 3D View or your Overview Map: This will open the Resource Explorer on the right hand-side: The Resource Explorer allows you to browse, select, or unselect each…

Unlocking the BIM & CAD Module (BCM)

Getting Started » Unlocking the BIM & CAD Module (BCM)

The BIM & CAD Module (BCM) can be unlocked by adding an option to the core CSD (Collaboration, Sharing, Distribution) subscription. This unlock will be valid for all projects under the account that owns the CSD subscription. Autodesk Construction Cloud and BIM 360…

Documenting Issues

Workflows » Comparison Tools (Requires BCM Option) » Documenting Issues

The user that has been assigned an issue (for example, a BIM Modeler that needs to add pieces of BIM models from the scan data) can connect to Cintoo Cloud to crop the corresponding pieces of missing data. He/she can then save those crops and export them as RCS…

Setting and Using a Site Map

Project Toolbar » Setting and Using a Site Map

Sites Maps are background images that will help locate and navigate the scans and the 360° images. Site Maps may correspond to a 2D plan that has been scanned, a Google Earth, a Google Maps, a Bing Map or an orthographic drone view of the site. A Site can be at the…

Usage Reports

Getting Started » Usage Reports

As an Account Admin, you can generate usage reports and check who has been accessing the various projects in your various subscriptions. If you have several subscriptions (or plans), select one of them first. Go to your ‘Administration’ tab and select…

Setting Project Managers

Getting Started » Setting Project Managers

Inviting new Project Managers You must be an Account Admin or co-Admin to invite Project Managers to Cintoo Cloud. Project Managers can create projects, upload laser scan data in each one of these projects and use the full features of Cintoo Cloud. Select…

TurboMesh

Project Console » 3D View » TurboMesh

Cintoo Cloud’s 3D View is now fully powered by TurboMesh™, Cintoo’s mesh streaming engine at the resolution of the scanner. Since its first release in 2019, Cintoo Cloud has been leveraging a unique point cloud-to-mesh technology that turns each scanning…

Navigation Map

Project Console » 3D View » Navigation Map

A 3D Navigation Map is available in the 3D View both in Scan Mode and in 3D Navigation mode. You can toggle it on/off by clicking on the corresponding button at the bottom right of the 3D View. The Navigation Map is also available in the Shared Views. The…

Creating Unified Mesh

Web Services » Creating Unified Mesh

Step 1: Select the region of interest using Cintoo Cloud’s crop tool in the Overview Map or in the 3D View. The Overview Map has a rotation tool that allows you to get the X, Y and Z cropping axis along any region of interest. Select your project or…

Installing Cintoo Connect

Getting Started » Installing Cintoo Connect

Who needs to install Cintoo Connect? Cintoo Connect must be installed on the Windows desktop of all the users who will upload laser scan projects from their desktop to Cintoo Cloud, or who will download Reality Data from Cintoo Cloud to get back point cloud on their…

Intensity

Project Console » 3D View » Intensity

Cintoo Cloud can display the intensity of the scans in the 3D View in either the Scan Mode or the 3D Navigation mode. The 3D Intensity display mode is available for the scans that have been uploaded with Cintoo Connect version 1.7 or higher (from October…

How to Upload Scans from Trimble Realworks

Getting Started » How to Upload Scans from Trimble Realworks

Step 1: You must first create a .tzf file In Trimble RealWorks, go to Registration > Edit tab. Then go to “Create tzf Scan”. If the project is not in the .rwp format, you will be asked to save it in this format [2*]. Finally, in the Create TZF Scan window, you…

Virtual Reality

Project Toolbar » Virtual Reality

Cintoo Cloud streams high-resolution 3D meshes from each scan position in a WebGL-compatible browser and you can move from scan to scan by clicking on the scan locations displayed with an icon. VR Streaming is all about the same workflow: high resolution 3D meshes are…

Leica Cyclone-Export e57

Getting Started » Leica Cyclone-Export e57

This is a guide on how to export an e57 file from Leica Cyclone software (version 2021.1.0). In the Leica Cyclone – Navigator window, right-click on the registered ScanWorld to be exported, and select Export Select E57 Scan Format as the file type, and click…

3D Measurements

Project Console » 3D View » 3D Measurements

3D Measurements can be performed in Cintoo Cloud in the 3D View in either the Scan Mode or the 3D Navigation mode. Measurements cannot be made in the 2D Panoramic display mode. You must be in one of the 3D display modes. We recommend using the Scan Mode with…

Import & Display 360° Images (Beta)

Getting Started » Import & Display 360° Images (Beta)

You can import 360° images in Cintoo Cloud provided that those 360° images have been geolocated and are in the same coordinate system that the 3d scans. Beta feature This is a beta feature starting Dec 14th, 2020. Being a beta feature: The access to it is valid…

Importing ReCap projects with deleted points

Getting Started » Importing ReCap projects with deleted points

Instructions for deleting points in Autodesk ReCap 1. Deleted points in ReCap will still show up in your RCP file if you have used the ‘clip outside’ feature in ReCap. So, do not use ‘Clip Outside/Clip Inside’, use ‘Delete’ during your cleaning process…

Deleting Scans or Work Zones

Workflows » Deleting Scans or Work Zones

The ‘Upload or Delete Reality Data’ permission allows any team member that has this permission (BIM / VDC Manager, Surveyor) to delete scans. The Work Zones permission also allows to delete those Work Zones, which means that anyone having this permission can now…

Using Work Zones

Project Toolbar » Using Work Zones

Work Zones are used as a way to separate your data into separate folders for things such as phasing, date captured, work areas, etc. In the Project Explorer on the left, select the project at the root or the Work Zone to be displayed in the 3D View. This…

Updating BIM Models from BIM 360

Workflows » Updating BIM Models from BIM 360

Starting October 25, 2021, you will have the ability to check for model updates in BIM 360 and to replace the uploaded model with the latest and ‘Current’ version (as per Autodesk BIM 360 definition). Note: This feature will work for new models uploaded from BIM…

Model Explorer

Project Console » Model Explorer

The Model Explorer will allow you to browse your model hierarchy and metadata if the BIM & CAD Module (BCM) has been activated. See section “Unlocking the BIM & CAD Module” for details. Please select the Resource Explorer in the vertical tool bar of your…