dyslex wrote:evanmcpheeNavVis wrote:NavVis makes a mobile LiDAR scanning trolley (http://www.navvis.com/products/m3-trolley/) that allows operators to capture point clouds and images in indoor spaces at up to 500,000 sq ft per day.
If you need ~13mm or better accuracy (such as for clash detection), you should use a tripod-based HDS scanner. However, if you need to scan larger spaces (and don’t need <13mm accuracy), you should take a look at mobile indoor mappers.
BMW, Siemens, and several others use our ‘IndoorViewer’ to help them manage and streamline their facilities and operations. Here’s a demo of our software in an industrial workshop in Munich: https://demo01.navvis.com/iv/#?image=46 ... &fov=100.0
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Thank you for the great information, this trolley looks interesting. I'll have to do a little more research on it. What sort of advantages/disadvantages (besides accuracy) does this sort of scanner have against something like the FARO tripod scanners?
The cost was one of them. The unit itself is quite expensive. You could buy ~3 FARO scanners for the same price if I recall correctly. They do have a decent pricing payment model though.
I do have the spec sheet attached for the Navvis M3 Trolley available for those who want to see it.