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Mobile Mapping Firm Achieves 87.5% Reduction

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Position Partners, NavVis Authorised Reseller in Australia, recently shared a blog post about a mobile mapping firm using NavVis technology to reduce a scanning project from 4 days to 4 hours. Find the original post here.

Asset Survey Solutions was looking for a solution to assist with a project that consisted of 3km of linear corridor made up of residential road and service pipeline, and the requirement to produce a full as-is condition survey from boundary to boundary that would be used as the reference state in a dilapidation survey.

“Position Partners was able to supply the NavVis VLX mobile scanning solution to complete the 1.5km residential section of the project,” said Patrick Hughes, Customer Success Manager – Scanning, Position Partners.

“The project represented an opportunity to use the new technology in the NavVis VLX, which was able to leverage a quicker capture time and still produce the required accuracies.”

Scan data would not only provide 3-Dimensional information on any feature within the survey bounds but also provide photographic and visual context for those using the information for design and reporting.

An additional complication of the project was that there would be only a single opportunity to collect the data as it would need to be done when additional ground penetrating radar was also captured under traffic management conditions.

The NavVis VLX was chosen as the ideal solution as it leverages Simultaneous Localisation and Mapping (SLAM) technology to allow large area mapping as much as 10x quicker than a more tradition terrestrial laser scanning approach.

For the complete post on the mobile mapping firm CLICK HERE.

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