Deliver more productivity and flexibility

Geospatial professionals can use scanning and imagery to deliver significant gains in productivity and flexibility for their clients.

3D laser scanners are capturing more points with greater precision. Software is managing this data with less human input using automated registration and classification, and automated modelling.

See how these evolutions can reduce the time you need to spend on scanning in this POB blog post.

Geospatial in 2016

There has been a shift in the geospatial industry that stems from the ever-widening cross sections of people who are becoming aware of the value of geospatial data. These changing needs are driving the emergence of new technologies and solutions.

So what can we expect for the geospatial business in 2016? Ron Bisio, general manager of the Surveying and Geospatial Division at Trimble, takes a look in this geodatapoint article.