Revised datalogger undertakes SLAM registration in real time and displays live results on any web
GeoSLAM (www.geoslam.com) has announced an upgrade option for its ZEB-REVO handheld mobile mapping system – a revised datalogger capable of undertaking SLAM registration in real-time. With its own integrated Wi-Fi, the results can be displayed live, as they are captured, on any web browser enabled device including smart phones and tablets.
“The datalogger is compatible with all existing standard REVOs,” said Mark Reid, VP of product management. “The continuous, fast pace of development at GeoSLAM meant that it was important to continue our modular approach to ensure our customers have an easy upgrade path and can quickly access the latest developments.”
Richard Betts, CEO, added, “Real-time feedback enables users to see exactly what they have and haven’t captured before the survey has even finished so nothing is missed. Furthermore, as registration is happening in real time the results are available almost immediately on completion of the survey.”
The ZEB-REVO is a lightweight revolving laser-scanner that can be handheld, pole-mounted, or attached to a vehicle or UAV. According to GeoSLAM it can record more than 40,000 measurement points/second.
The datalogger upgrade for ZEB-REVO is expected to be available to order Summer 2017
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