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Geoslam Laser Scanner

Post by Jason Warren » Mon Oct 14, 2019 7:51 am

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US $18,400.00
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Geoslam Laser Scanner in perfect working condition. Scanner has a calibration certificate from May 2018 since then it was used 2-3 times.

The ZEB1 3D laser scanner is handheld and truely mobile. Using the revolutionary SLAM algorithm, Simultaneous Localization And Mapping, and an inbuilt inertial motion unit (IMU), the ZEB1 can map large and complex areas quickly simply by walking through the area of interest.

Training is minimal and involves watching a 15 minute training video.

Processing in automated in the cloud. We can help setup an account with GEOSLAM for the cloud processing service for the new owner. The new owner is responsible for putting processing credits on the new account. To survey a typical residential home of 200m2 would use 15-20 processing credits. Processing credits cost vary depending upon bulk ordering however maximum cost is $0.60 per credit.

Terrestrial tripod based 3D laser scanners are now obsolete and too slow. Join the revolution and become truely mobile with the ZEB1 3D laser scanner.

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Re: Geoslam Laser Scanner

Post by landmeterbeuckx » Mon Oct 14, 2019 8:45 am

Jason Warren wrote:
Mon Oct 14, 2019 7:51 am

Terrestrial tripod based 3D laser scanners are now obsolete and too slow. Join the revolution and become truely mobile with the ZEB1 3D laser scanner.

I wouldn't say that. Slower then slam certainly but the accuracy is crap. I've rented one to calculate room volumes for insurance purposes but i definitely wouldn't use one to deliver data to be used for rebuilding or other purposes.

Volume calculations are indeed a nice thing to use this for but the credit system makes it difficult to quote something with this system. You always end up doing more walking to be sure you've got everything.

If you are used to to measure buildings with a total station and disto you'll find terrestrial tripod scanning to be bloody fast ;)
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Re: Geoslam Laser Scanner

Post by Jamesrye » Mon Oct 14, 2019 8:54 am

Jason Warren wrote:
Mon Oct 14, 2019 7:51 am
Terrestrial tripod based 3D laser scanners are now obsolete and too slow. Join the revolution and become truely mobile with the ZEB1 3D laser scanner.
If anyone wants to pass on to me their obsolete tripod based scanners, I will take them free of charge.

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Re: Geoslam Laser Scanner

Post by jsteinert » Mon Oct 14, 2019 7:45 pm

Has there been a recent comparison of SLAM offerings? Is the BLK2GO bringing something revolutionary to the industry? Do cart scanners or tripod scanners with SLAM have enough justification for the cost?

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Re: Geoslam Laser Scanner

Post by smacl » Tue Oct 15, 2019 9:14 am

jsteinert wrote:
Mon Oct 14, 2019 7:45 pm
Has there been a recent comparison of SLAM offerings? Is the BLK2GO bringing something revolutionary to the industry? Do cart scanners or tripod scanners with SLAM have enough justification for the cost?
Really looking forward to seeing BLK2Go data to see whether it lives up to the hype. From my reading, the accuracy should be better than previous slam as it is throwing image comparison into the mix with IMU as an additional constraint on position / stability. Cart scanners, or anything offering a more stable base for the IMU (i.e. cleaner vectors) has an improved potential accuracy. I'd imagine the same to be true for backpack over hand held, where there will be less movement closer to the body. Now if they could just mount a small scanner to a chickens head... :D


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Re: Geoslam Laser Scanner

Post by MajorDomo » Tue Oct 15, 2019 9:44 am

smacl wrote:
Tue Oct 15, 2019 9:14 am
jsteinert wrote:
Mon Oct 14, 2019 7:45 pm
Has there been a recent comparison of SLAM offerings? Is the BLK2GO bringing something revolutionary to the industry? Do cart scanners or tripod scanners with SLAM have enough justification for the cost?
Really looking forward to seeing BLK2Go data to see whether it lives up to the hype. From my reading, the accuracy should be better than previous slam as it is throwing image comparison into the mix with IMU as an additional constraint on position / stability. Cart scanners, or anything offering a more stable base for the IMU (i.e. cleaner vectors) has an improved potential accuracy. I'd imagine the same to be true for backpack over hand held, where there will be less movement closer to the body. Now if they could just mount a small scanner to a chickens head... :D


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If you can't make the scanner small enough, what about you increase the size of the bird?

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Re: Geoslam Laser Scanner

Post by dhirota » Tue Oct 15, 2019 9:28 pm

Shane

I have a small scanner(digital imager) Intel RealSense D415 that I could mount on Opal, my 7 year old chicken's head. It would fit, but she would not like it.
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Re: Geoslam Laser Scanner

Post by Matt Young » Wed Oct 16, 2019 3:42 pm

landmeterbeuckx wrote:
Mon Oct 14, 2019 8:45 am
Jason Warren wrote:
Mon Oct 14, 2019 7:51 am

Terrestrial tripod based 3D laser scanners are now obsolete and too slow. Join the revolution and become truely mobile with the ZEB1 3D laser scanner.

I wouldn't say that. Slower then slam certainly but the accuracy is crap. I've rented one to calculate room volumes for insurance purposes but i definitely wouldn't use one to deliver data to be used for rebuilding or other purposes.

Volume calculations are indeed a nice thing to use this for but the credit system makes it difficult to quote something with this system. You always end up doing more walking to be sure you've got everything.

If you are used to to measure buildings with a total station and disto you'll find terrestrial tripod scanning to be bloody fast ;)
Totally agree with that. Anyone who thinks a Zeb1 is better than a tripod based scanner wants to have a word with themself.
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