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Prized for its ability to translate scan information into computerized data models, 3D laser scanning-also known as laser surveying-has numerous uses. Many industries use laser scanners, including: police departments for crime scene recreations; engineering firms for reverse engineering and parts troubleshooting; construction companies for the evaluation of construction terrain; preservation groups for the preservation of heritage objects and structures; and architectural firms for security installations, repair, and other purposes.