Mobile SLAM lets you create a digital map of a space as you move through it. GeoSLAMs own CT SLAM is renowned for being the smartest algorithm with the most simple to use hardware – and now it’s available to even more people with the launch of the ZEB Go, from $30,000.
The ZEB Go collects 43,000 points per second with its rotating sensor, so you can create an accurate digital model of a house in 10 minutes, just by walking between rooms at a normal speed.
When the going gets tough
The rugged hardware of the ZEB Go makes it an ideal choice for tough environments – it’s been tested and evaluated in underground mines and caves, and it’s spent weeks on construction sites. The lightweight ZEB Go is comfortable to hold for longer scans and can be transported in the backpack it’s delivered in.
Data that works for you
Once you’ve collected your data, universal file formats (LAZ/LAS/PLY/TXT/e57) mean you can take the data into a huge range of software suites, like Autodesk or Esri.
The Zeb Go is already saving significant amounts of time compared to the older ways of surveying a space. One top UK construction company is now using the ZEB Go to collect data from active sites in 1/5th of the time compared to their previous data collection method.
Each Zeb Go comes with GeoSLAM Hub, which is where the data is processed and where you’ll see your point cloud for the first time. You can choose to buy GeoSLAM Draw, a quick and easy software add on for 2D or 3D outputs (such as taking measurements from your data or creating floorplans).
Need your ZEB Go in hard to reach places? There’s a range of accessories you can use to help.