GeoSLAM launches 3D mobile mapping technology

3D mobile mapping

The global experts in “go anywhere” 3D mobile mapping technology GeoSLAM to launch their brand new time and cost-saving surveying technologies in the UK

GeoSLAM will be demonstrating the ZEB-REVO RT and GeoSLAM Hub on booth C18 at Digital Construction Week, which takes place at ExCel London between 18-19 October.

The ZEB-REVO RT follows on from the ZEB-REVO – GeoSLAM’s lightweight, handheld laser scanner which allows the rapid and simple mapping of complex, indoor and multi-level spaces.

The ZEB-REVO RT utilises WiFi technology to seamlessly connect the scanner to a mobile phone or tablet, allowing for real time data visualisation as you walk and scan. The simultaneous scanning and processing of 3D data removes any need for post-processing – possibly reducing project survey times in half. The technology is so rapid, you can scan and process a 3-storey building in just 30 minutes.

The successor to GeoSLAM Desktop, GeoSLAM Hub is the latest version of their award-winning SLAM registration software. Enabling ‘end to end’ data capture, the tool allows users to process, view, merge, edit and output 2D and 3D mobile mapping deliverables all from within the one software package.

John Allan, VP of Sales & Marketing at GeoSLAM, said:

“It’s fantastic to be able to showcase our latest products at such a key event in the digital construction calendar.

“Visitors to Digital Construction Week will be able to see our ‘All in One’ solution for 3D point cloud manipulation for themselves. Our GeoSLAM Hub software builds on the strengths of GeoSLAM Desktop with its ability to process anywhere, anytime, but it also has a whole new range of features too, including GeoSLAM Draw which allows the user to create 2D plans, sections and elevations from a 3D point cloud.

“At GeoSLAM, we pride ourselves on our hassle-free solutions which allow construction and engineering professionals to complete jobs up to 10 times faster than when using traditional survey tools, helping them to also cut project costs by as a much as a third. We cannot wait to share our expertise with attendees in the UK at this month’s event.”

Allan will be delivering a talk entitled ‘How Mobile Laser Scanning is facilitating the Fourth Industrial Revolution’ from the Tech Stage on 18 October, at 10.30am.

Register now on the event website for your ticket.


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