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Meixner Imaging and Capturing Reality Sign Distribution Agreement Meixner Imaging has signed an agreement with Slovakia-based Capturing Reality entitling RealityCapture. Meixner Imaging and its worldwide network to distribute RealityCapture. This state-ofthe-art, all-in-one photogrammetry software solution automatically extracts accurate 3D models from a set of ordinary images and/or laser scans. Combining input data from images, laser scans and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for 3D modelling, Capturing Reality brings in a lot of expertise and experience in 3D modelling to complement Meixner Imaging’s own existing 3D data visualisation and data management solutions.

Zoller + Fröhlich Launches New-generation Laser Scanners At Intergeo 2016, held in Hamburg, Germany, Zoller + Fröhlich presented a new generation of laser scanners which are designed to allow surveyors to reach new levels in their projects. The new Z+F IMAGER 5016 series includes all features of the 5010 series like an integrated high-definition HDR camera and the indoor and outdoor positioning system. Totally new is the innovative design. Aside from the better grip on the basis of the ergonomic streamline design, set-ups with high tripods and overhead applications are much easier. In addition, the Z+F IMAGER 5016 is 30% smaller and lighter than the Z+F Z+F IMAGER 5016. IMAGER 5010X. The maximum range of the new Z+F IMAGER 5016 has been extended to up to 360m, establishing new opportunities and applications. The maximum measurement rate of more than 1 million points/ second guarantees highly accurate results, which makes it also suitable for long distances.


The first fully integrated Laser Mapping and Pa v e m e n t I n s p e c t i o n S y s t e m

Full integration of Pavemetrics LCMS, vision technology onto SITECO Road-Scanner and the PMS-SIT solution NOVEMBER 2 0 1 6 |

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