• Manufacturing Business Technology Magazine Publishes Acensium Article, Working in Point Clouds

    A piece written by Jason Schwartz, a Principal at Acensium, was recently published in Manufacturing Business Technology Magazine.

  • Connect with us at the 2018 Generation Technical Conference!

    Acensium will be exhibiting at the 2018 Generation Technical Conference. Make sure to stop by Booth 102 to learn how our 3D scan & model services can be utilized in your next project.

  • The Adoption of Industrial Wearables: An Introduction

    As adoption of industrial wearables technology increases pace, facilities without wearables will eventually fall behind in efficiency and profitability. Understanding the opportunities industrial wearables present will help facilities decide which aspects of wearable technology will best benefit their operations.

  • Where Code Compliance Meets Engineering Reality, Experience is Key

    When ensuring combustible dust standards compliance there are always situations that aren’t specifically indicated in the standard. Extraneous situations or circumstances can exist that make compliance with the existing standard a unique challenge. Keeping 1M square feet of industrial space dust-free can often be difficult or impossible. When you can’t comply with the strict code...

  • 3D Scanning for Construction Project Management

    A scanning partner with experience and skill makes 3D scanning for construction a versatile and valuable tool, providing project insight and risk management that helps ensure projects are completed on-budget and on-time.

  • Scanning through the holidays

    Over the Thanksgiving Holiday, Acensium was engaged in a number of critical scanning projects for industrial clients. Whether the job demands late hours or holiday work, we're committed to delivering the analysis needed to meet project deadlines.

  • Dust Control Compliance: What is Combustible Dust?

    The Fire Explosion Pentagon describes the five elements that must be present for a combustible dust fire or explosion to occur that are listed above. The best way to reduce the risk of a combustible dust fire or explosion is to ensure that all five elements are not present together at any one time.

  • Dust Control in Sensitive Areas

    Combustible dust from tripper rooms and control rooms can find its way into these closed areas, causing unnecessary issues and risks. 3D scanning makes designing complex dust control systems more straightforward than most vendor-recommended equipment.

  • Building Design & Construction Case Study Focuses on Complex Scanning Environments

    Building Design & Construction magazine recently published a case study featuring Acensium’s current work scanning and modeling the retrofit tasks for Plant Bowen’s Unit-4 fuel pipe.

  • Reality Capture: When is Building Information Modeling a priority?

    As equipment evolves, more and more data is supplied through wireless interconnected sensor networks. To take full advantage of the enhanced data collection and the delivery ability of modern equipment, new innovative ways of visualizing data must be implemented.