Experience Trimble’s extensive reality capture portfolio during Geo Week 2024, Feb. 11-13, in Denver, Colorado, US, and learn how these solutions are expediting workflows in transportation infrastructure, utilities and other industry applications.
Find us at Booth 1001, near the Expo Hall entrance, where Trimble subject matter experts will be on hand to share the latest on the Trimble reality capture portfolio, including laser scanners and mobile mapping systems, as well as field and office software and positioning solutions.
Taking Field-to-Office to New Heights
As technology evolves, surveyor expertise remains integral for dataset integration and ensuring client expectations of accuracy and precision. To this end, we are showcasing our latest advancements in field technology, while also featuring advanced field-to-office and office-to-field workflows and the latest AI-powered features in Trimble Business Center (TBC), which make point cloud analysis much easier. TBC enables geospatial professionals to combine scan data with that of multiple other sensors (such as GNSS receivers or drones), resulting in more streamlined processing and analysis, and powerful 3D modeling capabilities.
Advanced 3D scanners and mobile mapping systems are significantly impacting the capabilities of the surveying and mapping industry, resulting in highly detailed reality data and precision. This evolution is facilitating informed decision-making based on comprehensive asset understanding and a growing array of purpose-built reality capture solutions are simplifying technology adoption.
Trimble Knowledge Sharing
The team will demonstrate at the booth how our reality capture solutions enable the collection of data for connected workflows facilitated by our software solutions.
Also, check out these product preview sessions:
- Sunday, Feb 11—10:30 am to 10:45 am, Room 504—Ben Messer will present “Photogrammetry for Surveyors: Fly-to-Finish in Trimble Business Center”
- Sunday, Feb 11—11:00 am to 11:15 am, Room 502—Skyler Neumeyer will present “Future of Trimble Mobile Mapping”