Within minutes you can be collecting data with our handheld LiDAR scanners, and our intelligent software can map a 3-storey building in just 10 minutes to an accuracy level of 15mm.
The versatile 3D mapping laser technology is adaptable to any environment in all industries, especially complex and enclosed spaces, without the need for GPS
User Friendly Software
Quick and easy workflows with drag and drop functionality, produces results in minutes. SLAM processing generates accurate 3D pointclouds from your data.
Handheld laser scanning for everyone looking for a reliable way to map and understand spaces.
The ZEB Go is your first step in SLAM handheld technology, so whether it’s the first time you’ve looked at digital surveying, or you want each of your sites equips with the smartest SLAM, the ZEB Go is the place to start.
ZEB Revo RT
It’s a handheld, lightweight and easy to use laser scaner, allowing you to rapidly build highly accurate 3D pointclouds within minutes, while on the move.
Gain real-time insight into your scan, see the areas you’ve covered (or missed) and the route you’ve taken before you leave site. Simple, comprehensive SLAM for everyone.
Capture data effortlessly indoor and outdoor, including spaces where features are positioned further apart.
Capture data from new heights with improved relative accuracy without the need for an IMU, even in areas with no GPS.
ZEB Horizon RT
Get real time feedback on your data capture and see a sample of your point cloud being created as you walk.
100m range (recommended 15m in feature rich environments)
300,000 scanner points per second
Relative accuracy of up to 6mm*
Compatible with most mobile devices
Laser Scanning with The ZEB Horizon RT
What is SLAM?
Simultaneous Localisation And Mapping – it’s essentially complex algorithms that map an unknown environment.
Sensors may use visual data, or non-visible data sources and basic positional data, using an inertial measurement unit (IMU).
Create clean, georeferenced point clouds automatically with GeoSLAM Connect
RGB colourisation is achieved using the ZEB Vision accessory with the ZEB Horizon. The workflow is divided into four simple processes: Process SLAM, Image Stitching, Image Positioning, and Colourisation. These procedures can be completed within the GeoSLAM Connect interface without the need for separate geoscripts.
GeoSLAM Connect has a range of filtering tools to help users get the best results from their data. These include outlier removal, surface noise reduction and removal of unwanted points, all of which make point clouds look cleaner and more defined. All of these tools are accessible within the Connect interface and can be applied to any dataset.
Point Cloud Measurements
Distances between individual points can be measured within the Connect Viewer. This feature is a standard tool on the interface and can be used on any dataset.
Align multiple scans using a combination of manual and automatic processes. This workflow can be performed on two or more scans in the same project. Users have a choice to export the aligned scans separately or as a single merged point cloud.