Leading global Forestry organizations use GeoSLAM for:
Map the inaccessible
ZEB systems can be used without GNSS, making it easier to map hard-to-reach areas.
Adaptable to any environment
Use the system on a UAV for above the canopy, and handheld to scan the forest floor. Datasets can be merged in GeoSLAM Connect for full representation of the space.
No need to connect to the cloud to process data – this can all be done on your local machine on site to ensure the entire area is captured correctly.
It’s possible to cover large areas quickly with no registration or individual scanner setup. This eliminates the need for registration in post processing and can save time in the field.
How can GeoSLAM be applied to tree scanning?
Live webinar: Using handheld LiDAR for recording and documenting forest structural attributes
Thursday, 26 January at 11am EST, 8am PST
This session covers:
Bringing Norway’s forestry sector to the forefront of digitization
SFI SmartForest chose GeoSLAM’s ZEB Horizon to scan the dense and rough terrain. It enabled the team to quickly capture large volumes of data from the ground and from the air, collecting highly accurate datasets and creating point cloud models to extract features including wood quality and biomass.
Following a successful initial period, the research programme will continue to use the mobile scanner to create accurate point clouds which serve as the basis for deep learning research opportunities.
Sample data from our ZEB Horizon handheld scanner
How LiDAR in forestry is becoming an essential tool
Read our latest blog to learn about practical applications that range from providing data to aid precision forestry or forest mapping, to biodiversity applications such as pollution modelling and to assist carbon absorption estimations.
GeoSLAM in action
‘Scanning with the ZEB Horizon is a very efficient way to collect ground truth. Eventually, we want to use it for large-scale mapping applications.’
‘The ZEB Horizon captures forestry data more accurately than traditional methods and eight times faster.’
LiDAR’s role in Norwegian forestry
Scan time: Approx. 10-20 minutes per scan
Scan time:9 minutes
Size: 1km in length
Scanned: Eden Project
Scan time:10 minutes per scan
Size: 1km in length
Which ZEB is right for you?
ZEB Revo RT
ZEB Horizon RT
What’s included with a ZEB?
In addition to our leading software platform, GeoSLAM Connect, with every ZEB purchase you will receive a GeoSLAM Care package and access to My GeoSLAM to ensure you get the most from your ZEB solution.
The after sales package to get the most from your ZEB products.
You’ll be entitled to all the latest software updates and new features, unlimited software support and up to 3 years hardware warranty.
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