Surveying buildings is difficult and accessing hard to reach areas, like dropped ceiling or raised floors, without disrupting business can be seemingly impossible. In this blog we’ll discuss how SLAM and LiDAR technology has made scanning behind dropped ceilings a simple process.
Boulby mine was one of the first in the world to use SLAM technology, having adopted GeoSLAM’s ZEB1 into their workflow, in 2013. Nowadays, the mine operates GeoSLAM ZEB Horizons for most of their survey needs.
With increasing awareness of LiDAR technology, its applications are becoming more diverse. From helping to prevent natural disasters to mapping historic caves and restoring architectural wonders, our ZEB laser scanners have been involved in a range of interesting projects over the past 12 months.
Using 3D laser scanning to map difficult environments The advances in handheld… Read More »Using 3D laser scanning to map difficult environments
In this blog I am going to talk about the various locations we visited, and show the data we captured from historic locations around the country.
What is BIM and how does it impact the construction industry? There’s… Read More »What is BIM and how does it impact the construction industry?
How can we use laser scanning for historic preservation? Laser scanning plays… Read More »How Can We Use Laser Scanning For Historic Preservation?
With the recent introduction and constant evolution of handheld SLAM (Simultaneous Localization and Mapping) scanning, mapping underground has become safer, quicker, more automated, highly repeatable, and more effective.