The reality capture industry is about to go through another major change, and once again SLAM-based mobile mapping will play a huge role. It took years of research and development to bring accuracy to the level of millimeters and make it a standard “tool in the belt” for industry professionals. While SLAM-based mapping can cut the time and effort to update a building or site’s spatial information by a factor of 10, some of our largest customers have pushed us even further.
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