GeoSLAM launches ZEB-REVO RT at fall exhibits

November 1, 2017  - By

The ZEB-REVO RT is the next generation of the ZEB-REVO, GeoSLAM’s lightweight handheld laser scanner that allows the rapid and simple mapping of complex, indoor and multi-level spaces.

The ZEB-REVO RT uses technology to seamlessly connect the scanner to a mobile phone or tablet, allowing for real-time data visualization as you walk and scan.

GeoSLAM launched its new offering in Europe at Intergeo in Berlin. This month, GeoSLAM will be premiering its new products to American audiences at the Fall BIM Forum, held Nov. 6-8 in Dallas, Texas. BIM stands for building information modeling.

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, the company said.

The successor to GeoSLAM Desktop, GeoSLAM Hub is the latest version of the 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 deliverables all from within the one software package.

The mission statement of the BIM Forum is to explore technological and delivery innovation and performance improvement through BIM and new means of collaboration. This mission dovetails with GeoSLAM’s technologies.

To find out more about GeoSLAM’s activities at Fall BIM Forum 2017, visit the events page or visit GeoSLAM in person at Booth 627.

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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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