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Matterport Pro3 with Analist
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Fast, powerful, precise: it's the perfect choice. Pro3. Exceptional in every situation
The Laser Scanner captures up to 100 meters in just 20”. Ensures accuracy for large outdoor areas and complex properties. Extraordinary both in sunlight and in semi-dark conditions.
The Magic Word: Innovative Services
Matterport integrates innovative value-added services: the return of floor plans and point clouds is easy. the real competitive advantage for the Professional.
The DWG file is ready in seconds
With AnalistMatterport you import and convert SVG floor plans produced by Matterport in one click, transforming them into DWG.
Just one click for perspective correction
With AnalistPhoto immediately correct the perspective of the images of facades acquired with Matterport to vectorize the elevations
Analyst maximizes your edge
The Surveying Software, based on Autodesk Technology, has developed functions tailored to Matterport. With Analist you use Datasets to estimate surfaces, extract elevations and perform measurements.
The best solution chosen by professionals
The advantage of using Pro3-Analist is that really incalculable. Save 85% of time and increase your competitiveness. More projects mean more; earnings.
Experience the Power of Matterport Pro3-Analist
Download the Demo of Analist CLOUD and the datasets produced by Matterport. Import them into Autodesk Technology-based Surveying software. It will be an amazing experience.
Analist CLOUD
Download and install the Full Software
Download the Planimetry in .svg
Point Cloud
Download the .xyz Point Cloud
Point Cloud
Download the E57 Point Cloud
The Use Cases
Innovative technologies and methods in the Survey of Interiors and Exteriors for the Superbonus
Find out how to best carry out your Superbonus Surveys with Matterport and how to process them productively with Analist.
How to use Matterport's Interior-Exterior Surveying Solution
Focus on the entire survey procedure with Matterport to better address the capture of spaces in complex environments.
The Survey with Matterport and the automatic production of the Plans
In-depth analysis of the automatic processing of building plans thanks to Matterport Technology.
Survey of interiors, facades, roofs and modular computation for the Superbonus
How to perform a perfect and complete survey by integrating the power of Matterport with other tools for capturing spaces.
High-speed interior surveying is possible. with Matterport: creation of planimetric drawings and calculation
All the power of Matterport in the survey of interiors and all the advantages in the production of the Metric Calculation.
Get started now with Matterport Pro3
Using Matterport Pro3, the Laser Scanner for External and Internal Surveys, is easy to use. simple and does not require any preventive course. Find out how to use the latest technology; advanced in the capture of spaces in a highly productive way.
From SVG to DWG in one click
Analist CLOUD, based on Autodesk Technology, and its AnalistMatterport module allow you to import and convert the SVG file produced by Matterport into DWG and perform any type of operation on the planimetry. All in record time.
Immediate Perspective Correction
Analist Photo, module of Analist CLOUD, allows a fast and precise perspective correction of facades. The Solution allows you to make the most of the Matterport Pro3 aspherical trigger for extra-ordinary projects.
Complete management of the Point Cloud
Analist CLOUD allows you to import the Point Clouds produced by Matterport and offers the User maximum usability to carry out any type of post-production operation. Sharing files with collaborators is not an option. never been so easy.
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In order to use the camera and give it the 360° rotation that allows it to best capture any space, it is necessary to have a tripod that allows it to be at least 1.5 metres high. First, place the Tripod on a plane or surface. Then:
  • connect the attachment clamp, already included in the Matterport package, to the tripod;
  • keep the clamp safety lever open;
  • connect the Matterport Pro3 to the attachment clamp and close the safety lever.
The Camera is now ready for use. You may find this video useful:
The Matterport Pro3 should be placed on the tripod at a height of about 1.5 metres. The camera is turned on by pressing the on/off button for about 3 seconds: just wait a few moments for the Matterport Pro3 to start up. Then the Wi-Fi led will start flashing: you will need to activate the Wi-Fi of the device (smartphone or tablet) you will be using to manage the Camera and connect it to the Matterport network.
No, there is no need for a data connection. The camera and mobile phone connect without an internet signal. The survey can also be carried out in the absence of a network.
The minimum requirements are as follows:
  • Android: version 8
  • iOS: version 11
To guide Matterport Pro3 during the scan you must download the Matterport Capture app. The app is:
  • free of charge;
  • available on the Apple Store and Google Play;
  • compatible with iOS and Android devices.
With Matterport Capture you manage every aspect of your survey and can rely on guidance to make the most of your scans. Quickly capture data and images of a space and you can view the Digital Twin of your survey during fieldwork.
Have you purchased a Matterport camera? Then you need a Matterport Plan. What is it? It is the landing point for all your Surveys: via the Matterport Capture app you send your captured spaces here for processing: you obtain the Digital Twins, Floor Plans and Point Clouds. Each Matterport Plan has a number of active spaces according to its type and price. Within your Matterport Space you can store and manage your projects, share your work with your collaborators and have all the Datasets processed by the Matterport Technology. In order to be able to receive the technical files of the survey carried out with Matterport, a subscription to the Matterport Cloud is required. There are different plans: we recommend the Professional Plan or the Business Plan.
It is very simple. You can do it quickly online. Click here to choose the Matterport Plan that is right for you
Each Space corresponds to a project and can contain up to 200 scans. Each Matterport Plan has a number of active Spaces relative to its range: should you occupy the entire number of available Spaces, you can archive the "closed" Projects and retrieve one or more Spaces for your new projects. Matterport Spaces are not cumulative.
The Professional Plan envisages the possibility of using 25 Spaces guaranteeing access to 5 users. The Business Plan, on the other hand, envisages the possibility of using 125 Spaces guaranteeing access to 25 users. Both the Professional Plan and the Business Plan can be subscribed to monthly or annually.
Log in to your account, choose the 'Settings' option at the top right. A page will open where you can select your language. Tick 'Italian' to set your account in Italian.
Matterport Plans are available in two versions: monthly and yearly. At the end of 30 days or 12 months respectively, the Matterport Plan is automatically renewed.
To get information about your Matterport subscription plan you need to log in to your account where in the "Settings" section and then "Billing". Here you will find all the details regarding your subscription and billing. So:
  • Log in to your Matterport account;
  • Select 'Settings' from the menu on the left;
  • Within 'Settings', choose the item 'Invoices';
  • Under 'Invoices' you will find information on your invoices and payments already made. From here you will also be able to check the number of spaces occupied and the users who are authorised to access your Plan;
  • The renewal date of your Matterport Processing Plan is indicated under 'Next Invoice'.
You can decide to suspend your subscription whenever you want. And you can reactivate it at any time. All uploaded projects remain at your disposal.
The project remains available as long as the subscription to the service is active. If this is interrupted and subsequently restored, the projects will become available to you again.
Of course. Simply enter the menu of your space and select the sharing option. In a few seconds your co-worker or customer will receive everything by e-mail. You may find this article useful.
The camera is capable of acquiring 3D data up to 100 metres away in less than 20 seconds. It is important, when using it, that the position of the stations is within a radius of approximately 7 metres from each other: this allows an exceptionally realistic representation of the project and a high quality of measurement.
The Wi-Fi connection has a range of about 7.5 metres indoors and about 22.5 metres outdoors. The Pro3 camera uses Bluetooth to facilitate the connection between the device's Wi-Fi and the Pro3 camera. However, Bluetooth does not need to be enabled to use the Pro3.
Matterport Pro3 should be advanced for each scanning station by approximately 7 metres (up to a maximum of 10) from the start station. For a more successful scan and an even more precise capture of every detail, it is advisable to move Matterport Pro3 following a triangular logic. That is, by "drawing" triangles within the space, internal or external, to be captured.
The Matterport Pro3 camera is, essentially, a laser scanner. It can be positioned at arbitrary heights for each acquisition, adapting it to different survey situations.
Matterport Pro3 is extremely high performance and accurate in both dark and bright areas. If the area is very dark, it is always possible to illuminate it and move the light source in step with the camera each time.
Subsequent stations must always "see" the previous one. Optical continuity between one station and the next is therefore necessary, especially in the case of compartment switching.
No. The alignment of scans is done automatically within the Matterport Capture app.
The maximum number of scans recommended is 200. In the case of larger scans, simply create more projects.
Here are the steps you need to take:
1. In the Matterport Capture app, tap the 'Mark Features' icon in the bottom right-hand corner.
2. Select the 'Mirrors' icon
3. In the preview pane, select the edge of the mirror and drag it towards the other end of the mirror.
You may find this article useful
In the case of a multi-storey building, the stairs connecting one room to another must also be scanned. In order to capture the stairs before moving on to the next floor, it is necessary:
  • scan at the foot of the flight of stairs;
  • scan the intermediate landing;
  • continue with scanning until the next floor is reached.
When changing floors, you must indicate the level of the building on which the survey is being carried out using the 'Floor' function. You can get more information here.
It is very simple. Position the camera at the base of the stairs for an initial scan. Then stabilise it on the steps by balancing its position by adapting the Tripod levers. The Matterport Capture App will give you immediate feedback on the correct alignment of the scan stations.
Absolutely not. All you have to do in this case is to take several scans from different angles and viewpoints. The Matterport Technology will derive the information needed to reconstruct the façade by itself.
You cannot take a 360° photo with Matterport Pro3 without first creating a new project and performing at least one scan. Once you have performed these steps in the "Settings" of the App, you will need to choose the "360° Photo" option and continue with the positioning of the camera and the 360° capture.
Simply log in to your Matterport Cloud account and select the project in your spaces and then click the "Edit" button in the top right-hand corner. You will then be able to explore the space: on the right-hand side of the command bar, choose 360 and select the area you are interested in. You may find this video useful:
There are a number of factors that could reduce the range of your connection while working with Matterport Pro3. The most common are these:
  • Interference from other networks on the same wireless band;
  • Occlusion by walls, depending on thickness, or other obstacles.
Remember, however, that range can only be a 'problem' if you take a position behind a wall and then start scanning. You can walk behind the camera as it rotates, thus negating the distance factor.
To upload your survey and allow it to be processed, you must, within the Matterport Capture app (with which you conducted your work), choose the "Upload" command in the top right-hand corner. Once this is done, the white cloud with the 'Check' symbol inside it will appear: this screen will indicate that the project is being uploaded. In the event of a successful upload, a tick will appear as proof of successful upload. Be careful: if the cloud is red/orange in colour then there could be problems with th uploading. In this respect, check that the Internet signal is sufficient and the connection stable. You can get more information here.
Of course. You can resume the survey using, of course, the Matterport Capture app. You will have to return to the site and continue your work: Matterport Pro3 will hook up to the nearest scanning station and allow you, automatically, to resume your survey. If you have already uploaded your previous work to the Processing Cloud, then you will have to reload your project and occupy a new Matterport Space by generating a new Digital Twin. After this step you can, if you wish, delete your previous project. In the event that the work has not previously been uploaded to the cloud, you can upload it normally.
First of all, you must be logged in to the Cloud via your personal account. You can upload the space by clicking on the three dots on the side or, alternatively, by choosing the "Upload" option within your project. Leave the App open and the device switched on. Once the upload is complete, you will receive a confirmation e-mail: inside it you will find a link through which you can access the template.
The processing time of the model depends on several factors:
  • Upload speed - Time it takes to upload from your iPad to the cloud.
  • Processing queue: at some times of the day, more models are loaded than others.
  • Model size: this is the most important factor. Larger models take longer to process. A model with only 1 or 2 scans can be completed in 30 minutes, while a model with more than 200 scans can take 24 to 48 hours.
Most models are processed within eight hours.
They are the result of the combination of LiDAR scanning and photographic data. Matterport Technology processes a simulation of an existing location consisting of a series of panoramic photographs with a visual coverage of 180° vertically and 360° horizontally, known as photospheres. The photospheres, which are connected to each other, form a path that can be travelled freely by the user both from a PC and from mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets.
The output formats concern both photos and scans and are as follows:
  • 2D snapshots;
  • 360º Photosphere equirectangular;
  • MP4 or GIF;
  • Schematic plans in .svg, .pdf and image format;
  • .obj files;
  • Point cloud in .xyz and E57 format.
Log in to your Matterport account. Select the relevant project and then click on the "Additional Components" item: inside you will find the Planimetry and all the other technical datasets automatically produced by Matterport. To download the floor plan you will have to choose the option "Download Schematic Floor Plan". You may find this article useful.
After selecting the option "Download Schematic Floor Plan", within "Additional Components", a menu will appear illustrating the options for downloading the floor plan: within this, you must select the "Metric System" item. You may find this article useful.
Before downloading the plan, you must change the space-sharing settings from 'Private' to 'Public' or 'Not Indexed'. You may find this article useful.
To order a Floor Plan or Point Cloud you must fulfil these steps:
  • You must have enabled Schematic Plans on your account;
  • You must have a Matterport Plan of Professional level or higher;
  • Your scan must be carried out with a camera supported by Matterport.
The cost of the Floor Plan varies depending on the square footage:
  • 15€ for projects up to 929sqm
  • 30€ for projects exceeding 929sqm
MatterPak, or the Cloud of Points in .xyz format, costs 44€. The E57 Point Cloud, i.e. very high density, costs 82€.
MatterPak is a data package intended for architects, engineers, and construction professionals who wish to import these resources into third-party 3D programmes (such as Analist CLOUD, Revit, etc.). It includes .obj and .xyz files.
  • obj file: is an open format, already adopted by many applications for 3D graphics and for data interchange with other programmes. It is a true 3D mesh.
  • .xyz file: is a cloud of points in colour.
E57 is the high-intensity colour point cloud generated from LiDAR scans. With 10 times the level of detail of the MatterPak .xyz format, E57 files are vendor-independent and widely adopted by most 3D design software, allowing higher density point clouds to be integrated into documentation and modeling workflows.
Of course. The Point Cloud is generated automatically by requesting the MatterPak, i.e. the Point Cloud in .xyz format in colour, or the E57.
Your kit will be supplied with a Card containing a Qr-Code and a Redemption Code. Just scan the Qr-Code or connect to this page and enter the Redemption Code in order to receive the free MatterPaks and E57 files. This article may help you.
With Analist, based on Autodesk Technology, you can import datasets processed by Matterport and produce plans, sections and elevations.
Matterport will provide a Floor Plan in an .svg format: in order to be able to use it and work on it in the design and drawing environment, you will need to convert it to .dwg. You can do this easily with AnalistMatterport, Analist's module that allows the immediate conversion of the plan. You may find this video useful:
Of course. The AnalistMatterport module not only converts the .svg file to .dwg, but also allows you to perform a quick and efficient measurement check to certify the accuracy and reliability of the survey.
Matterport plans can be downloaded in .svg format in 2D view. In order to establish the dimensions, it is necessary to work on the Point Cloud of the survey by importing it into Analist CLOUD. Here you can draw a cross section at the desired elevation.
You can correct a photo with AnalistPhoto. This is the Analist module dedicated to perspective correction of images: it achieves its goal in just a few steps. You may find this video useful:
Of course. With Analist CLOUD, based on Autodesk Technology, it is possible to generate plans, sections and elevations directly from the Point Cloud. You may find this video useful: