NavVis VLX - wearable mapping

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For those who are already heavy users of VLX: We just added an undo function for setting control points in the field :)

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Long time no post, but believe me when I say that we have been busy at NavVis to transcend the current workflows of post processing laser scan data.
Many of you have a set of super expensive work stations running whenever a tight project deadline comes along. And if a registration doesn't work out right away, you wish you had even more of those in you office. Even more, these monster machines need to get upgraded every few years.

I don't believe this can be the answer going forward. Why put all those machines in the office and maintain them yourself if this can be done as a service. Many times I heard that "the cloud" is not secure enough, you don't know where the data goes and you don't have backups. But then the US Department of Defense is the biggest cloud customer ever (they've used both Amazon AWS & Microsoft Azure). So it must be possible to do it right.

And that is exactly what we want to provide to M6 and VLX customers:
  • Process wherever and whenever: no need to limit yourself to the office with all the machines (think home office)
  • Maximum efficiency: use 100 machines or even more if needed to process in parallel to finish you job ahead of the deadline
  • Own your data: Our cloud architecture ensures that not even our team can access your data, hosted with all the reliability of AWS in Frankfurt
  • Minimize manual work time: The new workflow with previews ensures that you can front load all adjustments and settings at the start and only wait for the email that reminds you that processing is done
Have a look here:
https://navv.is/3lGxFNM

Looking forward to your feedback and questions! Lets do cloud right :)
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by the way, on this page you will find a lot more details on the actual functionality:

https://www.navvis.com/blog/introducing ... -on%20Blog

Here is one of our pilot customers feedback:

youtu.be/5WYVN-9e2hU
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