ZebRevo GeoSLAM

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 …

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 …

Scanning through wire mesh with SITEMONITOR LIVE

Harriet Brewitt

Wire mesh has been used as ground support in mining since the 1950’s to protect the mine and its workers. Steel meshes are often deployed in open cast mines to provide dynamic surface support and to act as an immediate preventative measure for rockfalls and small landslides.  The mesh may consist of welded wire or expanded or woven (chain link) …

If You Go Down to the Woods Today…

Harriet Brewitt

…You may come across a ZEB-REVO in action!   This week not 1 but 2 REVOs are out and about scanning in forests across the world. Firstly, the guys at UCL’s Department of Geography are in Gabon, West Africa, scanning previously surveyed plots to measure changes over time. They are testing out the ZEB-REVO to measure tree height and diameter, …