GeoSLAM launch ZEB PANO

Harriet Brewitt

We are pleased to announce the launch of our latest product that is set to shake up the property sector by offering property professionals the ability to capture floorplans and hi-res photography simultaneously. The ZEB PANO, a handheld SLAM (simultaneous, localization and mapping) scanner and panoramic camera, has been developed for the property sector. SLAM technology is widely known for …

Scaling the heights with ZEB REVO

“Compared to our first attempts at the manual survey, the ZEB-REVO definitely helped deliver improved quality of data in a shorter period of time” Dating back to the 1940s, the Acaiaca Building was once the tallest skyscraper in the city of Belo Horizonte, Brazil, measuring 130 metres high and comprising 30 floors. Tasked with creating as-built architectural 3D models ahead …

BIM World Pass Giveaway

Harriet Brewitt

GeoSLAM are excited to be exhibiting at this year’s BIM World Event, alongside French distributors Geotopo. Taking place in Paris on 2 – 3 April, BIM World is the annual event for BIM users globally, dedicated to construction, real-estate, urban planning and much more!  GeoSLAM will be on stand A44 with all of the ZEB Family, including the new ZEB-HORIZON. Would …

Safe, fast data capture with ZEB-REVO on waste management project

Harriet Brewitt

UK GeoSLAM Dealers KOREC have recently worked with waste management specialists Enviroflow to produce an imaginative and effective data capture solution. Combining multiple technologies, including the ZEB-REVO, Enviroflow managed a motorway drainage survey quickly and safely. The M6 motorway is a key corridor in the Strategic Road Network (SRN) and the North West section is one of its busiest stretches. …

Branching out with mobile mapping

Harriet Brewitt

“High quality forestry data captured eight times faster than traditional methods”  47% of Croatia’s total land area is covered by forest, an area of approximately 25,000km2. Management of these vast valuable assets is a key industry in Croatia and across its central European neighbours. As well as managing the biodiversity and sustainability of the forests, it is important for commercial …

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What is SLAM?

Harriet Brewitt

First things first, SLAM stands for Simultaneous Localization and Mapping. SLAM can trace its early development back to the robotics industry in the 1980s and 1990s. Robotics engineers had a problem – how to get their autonomous vehicles to move around the factory floor without bumping into walls, people, or indeed each other. Being indoors, they couldn’t rely on GPS …

The Dos and Don’ts of Aerial Surveying

Harriet Brewitt

If you read the news before Christmas or were one of the tens of thousands of people experiencing disruption at London’s Gatwick Airport, you’ll know that drones (unmanned aerial vehicles or UAVs) can cause chaos if used incorrectly. That’s why we’ve put together this handy guide, with some of the major dos, and importantly, dont’s of surveying with a UAV. …

Experience Strongest Ever SLAM with our upgrade campaign

Harriet Brewitt

The rapid advancement of SLAM (Simultaneous Location and Mapping) technology has led us to launch our most exciting campaign to date. We are offering users of SLAM systems the opportunity to upgrade any SLAM device to an industry leading GeoSLAM handheld scanner. We have launched this upgrade campaign offering a £10,000 (or €11,200 or 12,650 USD) saving on the price of …

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GeoSLAM responds to the Geospatial Commission

Harriet Brewitt

The Geospatial Commission was launched in November 2017, as part of a Government initiative to unlock the value of the sector that is valued at approximately £11billion per year. As an expert in handheld mobile mapping and monitoring systems and software, GeoSLAM submitted evidence to the Commission in September 2018, as part of a collection of information that will inform …