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Beemobile with RTC360

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I see a post on LinkedIn from Stormbee / Beemobile that the Beemobile will work with the RTC360 in 2021, see https://www.linkedin.com/company/stormbee/. Great news for many RTC360 users who'd like to get involved in mobile mapping, I can think of a bunch of SCC users who would be very keen on this. Would love to see a published dataset in LAS, LAZ, E57 or PTS, was impressed with the previous FARO data I had a look at courtesy of "RJ" Richard Johnson. Main limiting factor on the Beemobile data I've seen is that the field of view is such that elevated data such as overhead lines and upper building floors is lost, but the data on the road was very good.
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I saw that post also.

Wonder if it will void the warranty on the scanner?

A lot of expensive memory sticks required :lol:
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steves01x wrote: Wed Dec 02, 2020 10:31 am I saw that post also.

Wonder if it will void the warranty on the scanner?

A lot of expensive memory sticks required :lol:
I guess it depends on whether any modifications to the RTC360 were required. From memory the Beemobile was ~£35k (could be wrong here and would need to check) but could be a very cost effective way for a whole bunch of scanning folks to get into mobile mapping.
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smacl wrote: Wed Dec 02, 2020 11:12 am
steves01x wrote: Wed Dec 02, 2020 10:31 am I saw that post also.

Wonder if it will void the warranty on the scanner?

A lot of expensive memory sticks required :lol:
I guess it depends on whether any modifications to the RTC360 were required. From memory the Beemobile was ~£35k (could be wrong here and would need to check) but could be a very cost effective way for a whole bunch of scanning folks to get into mobile mapping.
RTC + Beemobile could be a bargain per week on rental given the amount of data captured!
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