Comparison between SLAM and GNSS for LiDAR surveying. Find out the differences and advantages of using either of these methods for surveying, and how solutions from GeoSLAM and DJI can collect accurate and reliable LiDAR data.
GeoSLAM has unveiled the ZEB Horizon RT, which offers a real-time data preview. Compatible with most mobile phones, it provides a sample of your point cloud being created as you walk. The new solution adds extra capabilities to the powerful ZEB Horizon mobile LiDAR scanner.
GeoSLAM mobile LiDAR scanners streamline stockpile surveys - vital for applications such as AEC and mining. The automated workflow, including go-anywhere mapping sensors and the GeoSLAM Volumes software, helps firms track stockpile inventory for enhanced site operations and supply chain management.
ln-depth comparison between GeoSLAM's mobile LiDAR scanners: The ZEB Go, ZEB Revo RT, and ZEB Horizon. The guide includes details about the performance and accessory compatibility of each sensor to help you pick the right one for your surveys.
Data sets collected by heliguy™ show the capabilities of the GeoSLAM ZEB Horizon LiDAR sensor and the GeoSLAM Connect and Draw software suite. The ZEB Horizon is versatile, accurate, portable and efficient and can be deployed inside, outside, underground and from the sky by drone.
In-depth guide to SLAM, including its advantages for surveying, the difference between visual and LiDAR SLAM, and how it can be used for different applications. heliguy™ has partnered with GeoSLAM to offer the ZEB Horizon, which can be mounted to drones like the DJI M300 RTK.
An in-depth guide to point clouds. What they are and how they help, why drones are a great data-collection tool, LiDAR vs photogrammetry, and how point clouds can be applied to different industry applications.