2018 has been a pretty good year for the Oslo-based construction startup.
A trustworthy analyst is calling it.
See how Ubisense focuses on the “95% of non-GIS users” within an enterprise that need simple, easy-to-use software tools to support business operations.
Most striking is myWorld’s ability to balance traditional mobile GIS functions with corporate business tools, which is an unthinkable concept for most enterprise GIS systems!
Though the changes include the kinds of updates you might expect—better hardware, improved accuracy, easier workflow and so on—the updates to the UI and processing are the real stars of the show.
AR and VR technology present new market opportunities for photogrammetry companies. Photogrammetry can bring the accuracy needed for VR models and AR objects to be presented on top of the physical environment.
How does 300k points per second sound? And mounting on a UAV?
Bentley goes open source, enabling customers to build their own digital twin solutions with Bentley’s code.
A number of Intel sensors are supported, including a number commonly integrated into ruggedized tablets.
The platform that combines a number of new and existing Bentley technologies to facilitate the creation of data-rich digital twins for your assets.
Another vendor steps up to meet the need for low-cost scanners.
Metrology-grade scanning without wires.