Third Party Software

GeoSLAM is built for flexibility. Take your point cloud to new places with any of the third party software below.

How will you use your GeoSLAM data?


Autodesk Revit software allows users to design a building or any type of structure including its components in 3D, annotate the model with drafting elements and parameters and access building’s information from the database. It contains tools which allows for planning and tracking various stages of building’s lifecycle. As GeoSLAM allows for very quick data capture of any as built structure, it is often used in REVIT environment for said tracking and planning of any change in the building or any other structure.


Microstation is a 2D/3D software for designing building and infrastructure projects. It includes building information modelling (BIM) tools to document and assess any type of asset throughout its lifecycle. GeoSLAM solutions are often used in Microstation to ato assess the current stage of any built environment, update the design model, and generate BIM information.


Orbit GT consists of three main modules, Content Manager, Feature Extraction and Publisher with Cloud service. These packages allow users to capture and manage available 3D data (LiDAR data and imagery), extract a range of features for map production and make data sharable. All Orbit modules are ready to be used with 3D data from Indoor, Oblique, UAS and Mobile Mapping projects. There are also other extensions that can be added to the Publisher and Orbit Cloud, like ArcGIS or AutoCAD plugins so that data can be shared and used within mainstream GIS and CAD packages. GeoSLAM data from the newest ZEB Discovery system can be used within all Orbit modules to provide customers with end to end solution for data managment, map production, asset inventory and delivery.


Orbit can be bought though GeoSLAM for our ZEB Discovery solution.

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Pointfuse generates 3D meshes from pointcloud data and classifies them to building ceilings, walls, windows and other features in IFC format. By using GeoSLAM data with Pointfuse users can very quickly create a clasfied BIM model with minimal manual imput or expertise needed.


Pointerra provides a powerful cloud based solution for managing, visualizing, working in, analyzing, using and sharing massive 3D point clouds and datasets. Pointerra allows users to simply visualize and interrogate GeoSLAM data from anywhere.


SketchUp is a 3D modeling computer program for a wide range of drawing applications such as architectural, interior design, landscape architecture, civil and mechanical engineering, film and video game design.

In GeoSLAM Draw users can export a section to a .DWG file format which can be imported in to SketchUp Pro to be viewed as a 2D plan. Pointclouds can be exported in .STL file format which can be imported in to SketchUp Pro to be viewed in 3D.


TerraSolid provides tools for data processing of airborne and mobile mapping LiDAR data and imagery. It includes different modules for tasks like data manipulation, calibration, georeferencing, point cloud classification, modelling and many more. It is very powerful tool for variety of industries, surveyors, civil engineers, planners, designers. TerraSolid has been developed to work on top of Bentley MicroStation as a plugin but it now introduced a standalone small 3D CAD solution, called Spatix. Full or lite versions of TarraSolid modules are availble for both Microstation or Spatix software. All GeoSLAM products are compatibile with TerraSolid and GeoSLAM data can be enhanced and edited with this software.


Arena4D is a software package for marking up, annotating and editing 3D point cloud data containing a various export capabilities. It as well has a powerful and simple to use animation package which allows to visualize massive point clouds in a simple way. GeoSLAM data can be simply uploaded and used in this package for the assessment of the current conditions of any structure, comparing differences between captured data (as built) to designed model (as designed).


Although Unreal Engine is mainly built for developing games, increasingly users are starting to use it to develop VR applications for understanding the current conditions of buildings, infrastructure and similar. Unreal Engine with a pointcloud plug in can be used to visualize GeoSLAM pointclouds in VR, which allows for collaboration, simulation and the understanding of current conditions of any scanned environment. Additionally, Unreal Engine tools are completely free.

GeoSLAM is not affiliated with any of software listed on this page, unless indicated otherwise.