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 …

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 …

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 …

Nottingham Careers Fairs

Harriet Brewitt

As part of our ongoing commutment to nuture talent and work with local students in line with our CSR strategy, GeoSLAM have had a busy month visiting both Nottingham University and Nottingham Trent University to take part in careers fairs. First was the Internships and Placement Fair at the University of Nottingham in their newly refurbished Student Union, the Portland …

GeoSLAM Puts Singapore on the Map

“A huge time-saving exercise which would have ordinarily taken up to 40 times longer if using traditional surveying methods.” Singapore is home to some of the most profitable financial services, manufacturing and oil-refining corporations in the world. But with its accomplishments come some very specific challenges for a city-state which is limited by space but still demanding growth. Determined to …

GeoSLAM Launch Time & Cost Saving 3D Mobile Laser Scanners at Dallas Fall BIM Forum 2017

Harriet Brewitt

After a hugely successful European launch of GeoSLAM’s new hardware and software offering at InterGeo in Berlin, GeoSLAM will be premiering their new products to American audiences at the Fall BIM Forum in Dallas, Texas. The ZEB-REVO RT is the next generation of the hugely popular ZEB-REVO – GeoSLAM’s lightweight, handheld laser scanner which allows the rapid and simple mapping …

Verity – GeoSLAM Collaboration Advances Real-Time Construction Quality Management

Harriet Brewitt

The next generation of construction quality assurance/control methodology and technology is integrating simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) with building information modeling. GeoSLAM and ClearEdge3D are pleased to announce an upcoming beta program that allows as-built construction data – measured using GeoSLAM’s hand-held, lightweight mobile laser scanners – to be compared against design/fabrication models using ClearEdge3D’s Verity software to quickly and easily identify installation status …

GeoSLAM Scores Top Marks at Century Old School

Harriet Brewitt

Transforming an ageing school in the Jazz District of Kansas City to a community arts centre required the power of today’s real-time technology. The Attucks Building, built in 1905 and renovated in 1922 due to overcrowding, has undergone several more developments over the years. For any plans to be approved on the site of the Attucks School, the commission needed …

GeoSLAM BAM Building Scan

Rapid Mobile Scanning for As Built Building Surveys

Harriet Brewitt

BAM Plant were commissioned to install the steelwork and concrete slabs to a 5-storey commercial redevelopment in Egham, Surrey (UK). The structure of the building is a composite steel frame with in-situ concrete slabs on a 7.5m x 9m grid. Part of BAM’s brief was to laser scan the new building elements to check the measurements of the floor slabs. …

Taking care to save costs and minimise disruption without compromising accuracy

Harriet Brewitt

Today’s surveyor needs to quickly and accurately capture, manage and utilise 3D spatial information – often in environments where there is very limited time on site. Omega Geomatics, a land surveying practice in the UK, took on one such task when they produced 2D floor plans for a nursing home, while the site was occupied 24/7. Paramount was ensuring minimum …