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About GeoSLAM

Who we are

GeoSLAM makes it easy to capture and connect data from the world around us. From the built environment to the natural world, GeoSLAM technology gives people the power to collect geospatial data from some of the most difficult environments, whether they are indoor, outdoors, underground – everywhere.

Pioneering highly versatile and adaptable solutions using 3D SLAM (Simultaneous Localization And Mapping) technology, the GeoSLAM family of geospatial hardware and software solutions provide rapid and easy mapping, and highly-accurate monitoring solutions.

GeoSLAM technology is used globally by anyone needing to create a digital twin of their world, quickly and accurately. Some of the most recognisable locations scanned by GeoSLAM technology include the Sydney Opera House, Lincoln Memorial and Arc du Triomphe – all without bulky equipment, or long set up times.

GeoSLAM has an expanding network of eight global offices, over 70 distributors, with a presence in 53 countries across six continents.

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Our journey

 

Our future

“Technology is driving us further forward each day, in every part of our lives.

At GeoSLAM that’s no different, we’re on a journey to transform industries, digitalise workflows and engineer solutions that save time, money and increasingly deliver competitive advantage to our customers. From the launch of the ZEB1 in 2013 to today, the rapid speed of adoption of our technology is staggering.

Talk to us about how we can drive your world further forward, faster.”

Shelley Copsey, CEO

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