GeoSLAM Unveils Next Generation SLAM 3D Data Processing Platform

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GeoSLAM brings automation to industry with the launch of its Connect processing platform. The new solution gives users the flexibility to process their data to their exact specifications throughout a series of customizable, interactive script-based workflows. GeoSLAM is one of the leading companies in mobile SLAM technology.

Developed on GeoSLAM’s new operating system, LiDAR OS, and compatible with the ZEB family of products, the platform will minimize the time and effort required to manually process datasets and provide users with the option of add-ons. for the automated analysis of a point cloud.

The easy-to-use interface allows users to run workflows on their ZEB data and apply additional processing steps including filtering, decimating, and integrating additional data sets such as photos and notes using a new smartphone app.

The multiple applications of SLAM technology

Commenting on the launch of GeoSLAM Connect, Graham Hunter, CEO of GeoSLAM, said: “I am delighted to see the launch of GeoSLAM Connect, after two years of extensive development by our expert teams. In those two years, a lot has changed both in the geospatial world and in the business landscape in general, but what has not changed is the need for technological development. The past 12 months have only underscored its impact and versatility, as well as the enormous value of automating processes in saving time and money. In addition to this, the adoption of SLAM technology has also increased, and its multifaceted applications have made it a useful companion for businesses in a variety of industries.

“One industry that I see playing a huge role is property. In the short and long term, the management of space, whether it is offices or housing, will be at the heart of our concerns. I predict that the focus will be more on setting up and managing these spaces, and the information Connect provides will be vital to ensuring that they remain convenient and safe spaces. I am delighted to see the combined capabilities of our unique SLAM algorithm with the latest automated processing come together, supported by our existing family of ZEB devices, ”concluded Hunter.

While Connect will provide the basis for future software development, the software will have a range of add-ons unique to a variety of industries – initially for building management and construction with the availability of Floorplan and Construction Progress modules, with additional modules to follow.

Along with the release of Connect, GeoSLAM launched its own payment plan to reduce the initial cost of ownership by allowing customers to spread the cost of a device over 24 months.

The GeoSLAM Connect interface allows users to run workflows on their ZEB data and apply additional processing steps.


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