NavVis VLX - wearable mapping

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Re: NavVis VLX - wearable mapping

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Hi Ioannis, if you need an elevation map that show mm difference in height I agree, a TLS is the better option (assuming it is properly leveled, which doesn't seem to be always the case). Also, on details like fine pipes, you are right.

However, there is no physical law that mobile mapping is less accurate than TLS, right? As you see, the software and algorithms make a device bought a year ago constantly better and better. So the hardware investments are getting less of the concern, as the majority of improvements come via sw updates not new laser diodes, FPGA, or lenses.

I believe this is great for our industry
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Re: NavVis VLX - wearable mapping

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OK here you go!
But I am not going to model it ;D
I guess you can see that this works :)

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