The all-new FARO® Swift is the first fully-integrated indoor mobile mapping system designed to accomplish large-area as-built capturing tasks with minimal time and effort. As an extension of FARO’s renowned Focus 3D Laser Scanners, Swift provides the most accurate measurements wherever needed – providing better data, faster.
As its name implies, Swift is fast – capable of capturing large and complex areas in as little as 10 minutes. While already the most accurate mobile 3D laser scanning system for large areas, Swift is also capable of taking stationary scans with unmatched detail.
Swift is a lightweight, highly portable device unequaled in its versatility, and combines the FARO Focus Laser Scanner with a FARO ScanPlan 2D mapper and FARO’s revolutionary SCENE mobile laser scanning software. Not only does Swift provide its users with a superior 3D mobile laser scanning system, the stationary option allows users to have well-known FARO Focus accuracy wherever clarity and precision is needed.
Ideal for indoor scans of factories, office buildings, hospitals and retail shops, the intuitive and easy-to-use Swift is compact for transport and fits in only 2 carry-on sized cases. The carbon fiber tripod and 3-wheeled vehicle can be easily folded for travel. With a user interface compatible to run on any mobile phone, operators have real-time awareness of how much of a job has been completed.
As a high-value cutting-edge product that enables AEC professionals to make informed decisions that increase productivity and reduce inefficiency, Swift is ideal for large construction companies, general contractors, facility and plant managers. In addition, Swift is perfect for scanning service providers eager to generate the most accurate as-built models and building documentation, while ensuring construction quality control.
For the complete story on the mobile mapping and static scanning FARO Swift CLICK HERE.
Note – If you liked this post click here to stay informed of all of the 3D laser scanning, geomatics, UAS, autonomous vehicle, Lidar News and more. If you have an informative 3D video that you would like us to promote, please forward to email@example.com and if you would like to join the Younger Geospatial Professional movement click here.