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.
The Navsight processing unit at the center of the solution handles a lot of sensor fusion for you.
Last summer, we wrote about MR Studio, Arvizio’s software for visualizing enterprise data using Microsoft’s…
How does 300k points per second sound? And mounting on a UAV?
A number of Intel sensors are supported, including a number commonly integrated into ruggedized tablets.
4X the density means much less flight time–and big savings.
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.
Umbra’s Composit stores and streams ultra-high res 3D models–and may crowdsource an open model of the whole Earth
Umbra’s vision is to offer enterprise users an easy way to share and use extremely detailed 3D data, and to free us all from dependence on companies like Google, Apple, and others for 3D content.
The automatic process makes 3D data much easier to share with stakeholders.
The system mimics the human driver by gathering more detailed data on specific areas of interest for safer driving.
The public and private partnership brings the company together with Durham University to bridge the gap between academic research and industry.