After a hugely successful European launch of GeoSLAM’s new hardware and software offering at InterGeo in Berlin, GeoSLAM will be premiering its new products to American audiences at the Fall BIM Forum in Dallas, Texas.
The ZEB-REVO RT is the next generation of the hugely popular 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 utilizes WiFi technology to seamlessly connect the scanner to a mobile phone or tablet, allowing for real time data visualization as you walk and scan. The simultaneous scanning and processing of 3D data removes any need for post-processing – effectively slashing project survey times in half. The technology is so rapid, users can scan and process a three-story building in just 30 minutes.
GeoSLAM is represented at the BIM Forum by NAFTA Channel Manager, Robby Dudley and Vice President of Sales & Marketing, John Allan.
Robby Dudley said:
“We had an excellent turnout at the Spring BIM Forum in San Diego, and we hope to repeat that success in Dallas. Our time and cost-saving scanning products are the perfect addition to the surveyor’s toolkit – complementing traditional, static scanners with a handheld, mobile solution. The simple workflow from scan to point cloud to 3D deliverable makes the production of BIM models simpler and more efficient than ever before.”
The mission statement of the BIM Forum is to explore technological and delivery innovation and performance improvement through building information modeling and new means of collaboration. This mission dovetails perfectly with GeoSLAM’s simple yet advanced technologies – which offer to slash survey times in half.
To find out more about GeoSLAM’s activities at Fall BIM Forum 2017, visit the events page at geoslam.com/events or visit GeoSLAM in person at Booth 627 between 6-8 November.
Headquartered in the UK, GeoSLAM is a global market leader in “go-anywhere” 3D mobile mapping technology. Our unique handheld technology is highly versatile and adaptable to all environments – especially spaces that are indoor, underground or difficult to access, providing accurate 3D mapping without the need for GPS.
Our technology is easy to use and within minutes customers can build a highly accurate 3D model of their environment. GeoSLAM was founded in 2012 as a joint venture between CSIRO (Australia’s National Science Agency and the inventors of Wi-Fi) and 3D Laser Mapping. Serving the surveying, engineering, mining, forestry, facilities and asset management sectors, GeoSLAM has an expanding global network of over 55 distributors – including over 18 US locations – https://geoslam.com/contact/