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  • 3D Laser Scanning Services KSA
  • Marine 3D laser scanning and Modeling survey KSA
  • scrubber unit(EGCS) installation KSA
  • Ballast water treatment System(BWTS) installation KSA
  • 3D Laser Scanning Services Saudi Arabia
  • Marine 3D laser scanning and Modeling survey Saudi Arabia
  • scrubber unit(EGCS) installation Saudi Arabia
  • Ballast water treatment System(BWTS) installation Saudi Arabia

Marine 3D Laser Scanning, 3D Modeling and Retrofitting Solution

Our Marine architecture 3D Scanning Service by using Naval Laser scanner in the marine industry to capture and optimize “As-Built” data and creating As built Models for retrofitting and Engineering of 2nd Generation Hull Air Lubrication System, which operates on a Specially designed venturi system as opposed to more expensive Compressor systems, BWTS (Ballast Water Treatment System), EGCS (Exhaust Gas Cleaning System), Chiller System, Scrubbers etc. This 3D Laser scanning service relevant to the entire cycle of shipbuilding and maintenance projects shall be performed by Marine Architecture, Marine Engineers and Designers using FARO Laser scanner, LIDAR Scanning, Solid Works, Auto CAD, 3D Modeling etc.


Our Industrial Surveyors are experienced analysts with manufacturer training who specialize in 3D scanning Service using the best scanners with millimeter accuracy. A point cloud is created by combining several 3D scans to accurately depict the geometrical details of the objects around it. Designers can create a model of a building or plant, including with its machinery, plumbing, and equipment, using a point cloud for Concept Design – Basic, Detailed, and As-Built Engineering. By using 3D laser scanning services, complex piping dimensions and alignment check can be obtained. To view the onboard piping system and as-built information, 3D mapping service laser scan data is used.To create As-Built drawings, FARO Laser Scanner supplied 3D mapping service scan data. Documentation that is seamless and exact for the study of the current status of a ship, an offshore rig, an onshore rig, a terminal, a refineries, and a petrochemical processing plant. Searching for BWTS in the engine and pump room. Customized scanning solution for ship renovation or refurbishment projects. Alignment checks and reverse engineering


The use of air lubrication system (ALS) is to reduce the resistance between the ship’s hull and the water. The distribution of air bubbles across the ship’s hull surface lowers the resistance to work on the hull, resulting in energy-saving effects. The lubrication system(ALS) is anticipated to reduce CO2 emissions by up to 10-15% and save a large amount of fuel with the correct ship hull design. The basic idea is to trap a layer of air bubbles beneath the ship’s hull. Air bubbles are created and continually passed below the surface of the ship using an air blower or other special mechanism. Cost and Quality effective hull air lubrication system can be achieved by 3D Scanning and As built Modeling of Hull Air Lubrication System retrofitting solutions. Capturing of as built data can be performed by LiDAR Scanner.


Complex surfaces, as well as inaccessible and devastated areas, can be surveyed by a 3D laser scanner for reclaiming and redesign. The thorough and rapid stay on the field may be ensured by the excellent point sampling at 1.000.000 points per second. The final, dense point cloud serves as the appropriate basic spatial information for the extraction of any kind of outputs, including three dimensional restorations of ship geometry (modeling) in any acceptable CAD format and naval lines (waterlines, buttocks, and sections). Checking the ship’s hull for significant alterations benefits are the three dimensional capturing of complex and detailed surfaces, extraction of all geometrical information feasible (dimensions, angles), As-built data for any naval designing department or office’s CAD program, fidelity to the actual ship geometry comparison directly with design plans, minimization of construction-related delays etc.


When doing ship verification’s, the standard procedure is to bring designers and/or Marine Architecture engineers on board where they use tape measures to take measurements of the existing systems and spaces. The scope and construction documentation are created using these measurements. To account for differences between measurements and reality, allowances must be made due to very accurate model of the scanned area can be created via 3D Laser scanning and LiDAR Scanner. This 3D data may be used for a variety of purposes, including: are Installation of a Ballast Water Treatment System (BWTS), Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems (EGCS) or Scrubbers Installation, Upgrading the ventilation system (duct modifications), Pipeline replacement, Plan for Hull Geometry and Line Production, Damage to the ship’s structure as seen visually.


Our 3D engineers set up their equipment on-site, are able to move between rooms, and can then combine scans to create a design layout with a high degree of accuracy in 3D interior space. Colorized 3D point cloud scans and panoramic images make it possible to view boat data in new ways. It’s important to understand that a 3D scan is only the starting of the Computer Aided Design (CAD) process. It can be utilized for almost anything, including windscreens, ceiling panels, furniture, machinery areas, railings, steelworks, and interior spaces. The yacht must be designed in detail in order to produce the majority of internal designs in 3D. Our three dimensional laser scanner can map the ship with millimeter-level precision. The scanner gives us the ideal starting point for creating a detailed interior.

3D Laser Scanning of Ballast Water Treatment System(BWTS):

All ships operating in international traffic are required to handle their bilge water and sediments in accordance with the Convention’s requirements. We provide ship owners with high levels of assurance when installing BWT on board. Before installing a Ballast Water Treatment System (BWTS), you can use 3D laser scanning to record the boat or vessel’s “as-built” conditions. The scan offers precise measurements and in-depth information about the pipe and structure as it is currently by advanced LiDAR Scanner. Prior to the installation of a ballast water treatment system, the “as-built” conditions of the ship or vessel are studied using a 3D scanner. Accurate and quick measurements as well as high detail of the existing pipe and structure are obtained by 3D scanner. Ballast water treatment systems, scrubber units, engine rooms, deck machinery, hull structures, overall scan for reverse engineering, etc. may all be repaired or retrofitted using 3D laser scanning. Multiple hand measurements in the field can be eliminated by taking measures from a laptop or office computer. Proper positioning, space availability, and pipe routing are all easily verified in a 3D environment made possible by laser scanning. It’s not necessary to dry dock all ships. Most of the time, scanning can be done without interfering with regular business. Additionally, we provide modeling of bulkheads, structure, and centers, as well as surface fitting of hulls. Depending on the needs of the client, EIWAA uses FARO Laser Scanning Equipment, LEICA P40 3D Scanner and FARO 3D Scanner Equipment