Being able to seamlessly transition through an environment plays a large part in mobile 3D laser mapping. Whether that’s traversing from outside to inside, room to room, above ground to underground or through a difficult area such as forests or woods.
SLAM scanning is becoming more commonplace in the surveying industry due to the ease of use, accuracy, and versatility of the handheld devices. As the technology continues to grow, so do the benefits of handheld scanning compared to traditional means of capturing the measurements of a building. Documenting large spaces is now as simple as walking around the property to capture a pointcloud, saving both time and money for surveyors and their clients.
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