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New partnership for GeoSLAM and NORMET

Harriet Brewitt

GeoSLAM is pleased to announce a new partnership with the leading underground equipment manufacturer, Normet. The companies have joined efforts to develop technology and solutions for mining and tunnelling customers to enhance safety, efficiency and quality of sprayed concrete solutions. Process Monitor Live, which uses advanced LiDAR technology, offers real time guidance on the thickness of sprayed concrete being applied …

arc de triomphe

A triumph of laser scanning!

Harriet Brewitt

 Words by: Samuel Duhaussay, Technical Sales Engineer, Geotopo. “Alongside our work in land management, engineering and rail sectors, our teams dedicate time for architecture and heritage projects, working to preserve just some of the 40,000 listed historic monuments in France alone. As a geospatial technology specialist, we are aware of the great significance many of our historical monuments hold. One …

Senior Promotion to bolster GeoSLAM growth

Harriet Brewitt

The future is bright at GeoSLAM; we’re pleased to announce the promotion of Neil Slatcher to Chief Product Officer. Neil brings with him over ten years’ experience in the geospatial technology sector, having worked at GeoSLAM’s sister company 3D Laser Mapping prior to its merger in 2018, where he headed up the research and development division. As chief product officer, …

Home renovation made easy with the ZEB Family

Harriet Brewitt

As residential real estate prices continue to climb in many parts of the United States, property owners are increasingly investing in renovations and additions to their existing homes. To meet the demand, architects seek digital as-built documentation of the structures, so they can design the new construction. Many are asking for mobile 3D scanning by name as the technology they …

The light at the end of the tunnel

Words by Jon Bedford, Senior Geospatial Imaging Analyst, Historic England “Many historical projects hold great significance to a location’s cultural heritage, and indeed, its people. For our team at Historic England, this is the fundamental concept to our work in order to conserve pieces of our country’s history. That much was evident with our latest project, the Ramsgate Tunnels, a …

Getting to know you: Abhishek Bhartiya

In our second staff profile on the team here at GeoSLAM, Abhishek Bhartiya, discusses his role as software engineer and his passion for technology, as well as settling into UK life after moving halfway around the world to join us. We’re very pleased he’s here, so read on to find out a little more about his journey so far. What …

GeoSLAM expands service centre in France with Geomesure

We’ve teamed up with one of our French dealers, Geomesure, to launch the first GeoSLAM Service Centre. A trusted dealer for several years, Geomesure are now able to offer GeoSLAM customers repairs, spares and hardware services via their facility in Saint Jean de Védas, on the outskirts of Montpellier. Commenting on the launch, Steve Wiltshire, Strategic Supply Chain Lead at …

Getting to know you: Dana Perțea

Welcome to the first in a series of profiles on the team here at GeoSLAM, where we recognise and celebrate our fabulous members of staff. In our first edition Dana Perțea, discusses her role as client engagement manager. Following her studies at the Transilvania University of Brașov, Dana discusses how her love for puzzles and jigsaws fuelled a desire for …

A host of new features for Hub!

Harriet Brewitt

User experience is at the heart of the new Hub 5.2, making it easier than ever to work with your geospatial data. Universal compatibility brings the latest features for owners of any of the ZEB family, and thanks to a simple licencing model you can collaborate with colleagues wherever they are. The new 3D viewer is available for anyone to …