Brescia, Italy, December 11th, 2018 -- Thanks to the new full HD 360° panoramic camera, HERON® has become a powerful tool for geospatial data mining: to digitally document, collect and geo-reference large dataset and information inside indoor environments has never been so easy, thanks to the perfect integration with OrbitGT packages too.
Gexcel is glad to introduce the customers to the innovative benefits provided by the new HERON® family:
• Thanks to the new high-res 360° panoramic camera, HERON® has become the best choice for facility management, geospatial applications, digital 3D documentation, digital twins for remote planning and project, revamping projects of industrial plants, etc.
• With the GoBlueprint® free tool (fast point clouds 2D visualization), HERON® users can easily share with clients, already in the field and almost in real-time, the results of the HERON® fast 3D mapping.
• Now, point clouds coming from drones and/or static scans, as GNSS known points, can become constraints information inside the workflow of the HERON® 3D SLAM data processing.
The HERON® family is currently composed of HERON® AC-2 and HERON® MS-2 (rugged device for underground mines or difficult environments), both available in the Color configuration. The HERON® LITE model is the best solution for customers who want to join the HERON® family with an affordable investment.
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Gexcel has a rich history spanning more than 10 years of proven fully featured LiDAR and imagery analysis software like the well-known JRC 3D Reconstructor®. Gexcel’s software are compatible with the LiDAR sensors of the main laser scanner manufacturers such as DotProduct, Faro, Geomax, Riegl, Stonex, Surestar, Teledyne-Optech, Topcon, Trimble, Velodyne, Z+F. Gexcel is currently present on the market with innovative surveying systems (HERON® and OPMMS®) and it is involved, with several partners, in various projects for the development of innovative solutions based on laser scanner, SLAM and digital photogrammetry. Gexcel was established in 2007 from the academic know-how of the University of Brescia and the applied research achievements of the European Joint Research Centre (JRC), located in Ispra (Italy).