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Post by landmeterbeuckx »

Hi,
Been contacted by phone by Navvis. Looks interesting but don't fiund much info on the board.

It looks the same as Viametris. Anyone have experience with this and thoughts?

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I had a web demo from them.

Price is very high, I don't believe the quality of the point cloud would be acceptable for a lot of the work we do.

The software is really neat though, wish the features from it would migrate to other platforms.

The specifications document is attached for the M3-6 Mapping Trolley.
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We have tested it.

Its pretty good, and a polished software backend too. Can adjust to survey control( or so they claim).

Just depends on the type of job. If a huge customer came in with open spaces they needs to capture quickly - think owners of large mall complexes, walmart, etc... This would be a great tool for that.

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