GeoMax releases office software for topographical data

September 27, 2017  - By
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GeoMax, professional surveying and construction product provider, has announced the X-PAD Office Fusion, the all-in-one office software combining data from multiple sensors into one easy-to-use interface.

X-PAD Office Fusion software manages, combines and processes data from GNSS receivers, total stations, laser scanners and other sensors in one single environment whether from GeoMax or any other provider in the market. There is no need to export the data from one program to another, and X-PAD also offers all CAD features.

The new software handles a multitude of different types of data: measurements, coordinates, drawings and point clouds. Large quantities of data can be managed in the fastest way with maximum accuracy. The software automatically detects the common points between the point clouds and performs a first rough alignment.

The Bundle Adjustment feature performs the final and accurate alignment in order to reduce errors. Personalized reports are then created with little effort.

“The choice to use X-PAD Office Fusion is due precisely to its ability to handle different data and process: traditional topographic data with both GPS and laser scanners processes,” said Federico Ferrari, Department of Architecture, University of Ferrara. “X-PAD Office Fusion has made it easy to integrate captured data with GeoMax Zoom 300 and those acquired through photo modeling to get a complete 3D model of inaccessible areas, including surveys with traditional laser scanners.

“The ability to extract drawings directly from X-Fusion PAD without using other CAD products, including through the bubble view, makes it an extremely fast and practical product, even for those who do not have specific surveying skills, such as archaeologists like us. A simple and intelligent interface and a great 3D data management engine make X-PAD Office Fusion a truly unique product and easy-to-use and easy-to-teach, enabling us to give more time for critical analysis than using the software itself.”

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Tracy Cozzens

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Tracy Cozzens has served as managing editor of GPS World magazine since 2006. She also is editor of GPS World’s newsletters and the sister website Geospatial Solutions. She has worked in government, for non-profits, and in corporate communications, editing a variety of publications for audiences ranging from federal government contractors to teachers.

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