Optimise your GeoSLAM point clouds with ESRI, an international supplier of geographic information system software, web GIS and geodatabase management applications.

What is GIS?

A Geographic Information System (GIS) is a framework for capturing and analysing spatial and geographic data using hardware, software and data. It is becoming ever more popular as we try to map and understand the world around us.

GIS can be used to;

  • Monitor change
  • Identify problems
  • Manage events
  • Understand trends
  • Perform forecasting
  • Plan and set priorities

How does GeoSLAM work with ESRI?

Georeferenced point cloud data, collected using one of our ZEB mapping solutions, can be taken into ESRI’s ArcGIS Pro or ArcGIS Online.

ArcGIS Pro gives you the tools to transform your GeoSLAM data into maps and actionable information. GeoSLAM point clouds can be georeferenced in a number of ways;

  • Using the ZEB Locate backpack solution with GPS antenna
  • Using a ZEB Go, ZEB Revo RT or ZEB Horizon with the reference plate and the Adjust to Control feature in GeoSLAM Hub.
  • Using a ZEB Go, ZEB Revo RT or ZEB Horizon with the reference plate and GeoSLAM Draw.

Who’s using GIS?

More and more businesses now rely on GIS for operations or decision making. By using GIS you can view, analyse and understand data in a visual way to recognise relationships and patterns, allowing for more informed decisions.

Real Estate
Real Estate
Utilities
Utilities
Education
Education
Public Safety
Public Safety
Transport and Logistics
Transport and Logistics
Government
Government
Healthcare
Healthcare
Insurance
Insurance

GeoSLAM ESRI Story Map

The story map below takes you through an interactive journey exploring the fundamentals of handheld LiDAR and point cloud data, real world applications for these tools and GIS methods for getting the most out of SLAM. Interactive point clouds from data captures are available for you to explore throughout.

Meet the ZEB Locate

Connect your point cloud to the real world, without the need for external control points

Using a ZEB Horizon scanner and backpack frame, build a point cloud with precise location positioning.

  • Collect and create an accurate point cloud in minutes, integrated with GPS location using our ZEB Locate software
  • Track and maintain fixed assets including those owned and operated within the utility market
  • Use your preferred GPS antenna
  • 100 metre range

GeoSLAM is a Silver partner of ESRI.

Collect data with a ZEB scanner

ZEB Horizon
ZEB Go

Used mostly for scanning indoors or in underground mines and caves with an IP64 rating. Can be used outdoors and has a range of 30m. PAir with a number of accessories such as pole or cradle.

ZEB Go
ZEB Revo RT

Real-time processing which means you can visualise the scan as you move. Has a range of 30m and IP51 rating. Used mostly for scanning indoors. Can be paired with a number of accessories such as a pole or cradle.

ZEB Revo RT
ZEB Horizon

 The most flexible of the ZEB family with a range of accessories which makes it suitable for lots of different applications. Can be used to scan indoors and outdoors with a longer range of 100m. Collect data using a UAV or vehicle.

The after sales package to get the most from your ZEB products

GeoSLAM Care comes as standard with each new product, and is a comprehensive after sales package where you’ll be entitled to:

  • Hardware support – Up to 3 years hardware warranty to ensure your ZEB is always performing at its best.
  • Remote Software Support – Unlimited software support from our expert engineers.
  • Software Updates – Access to new software releases and all the latest features.
A resource library for all your user needs

GeoSLAM Academy hosts all the resources and materials you need to get the most from your ZEB, and it’s free to any GeoSLAM user. Here’s some of the resources you’ll have access to:

  • Hardware and software user guides
  • Training videos
  • Best practice guidelines
  • How to use GeoSLAM data with third party software
  • Webinar recordings

Want to know more?

If you’d like to know more about how GeoSLAM data can be used with ESRI software, submit the form below.




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