GEO Business is the initial show for Carlson PhotoCapture, which allows users to generate interactive 3D maps of sites using aerial, oblique, or terrestrial images by creating an orthomosaic photo to piece the working site together. Users can then set control points to fine-tune survey data and edit the 3D map immediately upon upload completion from anywhere with an internet connection.
Along with the introduction of PhotoCapture, Carlson will display its line of data collection products at stands K22 and N25 during the upcoming show. Stop by the booths to meet members of Carlson’s European team and learn more about Carlson’s new BrX6+ GNSS Reciever, its Surveyor 2 field computer, the RT3 Windows tablet, plus Carlson’s popular SurvCE/SurvPC data collection software solutions and Carlson Survey, office software that provides a full tool kit for surveyors with everything from network least squares to surface modeling.
In addition, Carlson’s James Holmes will be working with a U.K. Carlson distributor, Swathe Services, to demonstrate the Carlson’s laser scanner, Merlin. The presentation will be in Theatre 3 at 10:15 to 10:45 a.m. on Tuesday, May 22. Merlin is the marine lidar (Light Detection and Ranging) system that provides cost-effective and laser scanning for hydrographic surveyors.
Holmes, a 2012 graduate of Newcastle University, is also proud to be participating in an alumni event at the school’s stand F5 at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, May 22. All are invited to stop by and learn more about Newcastle’s surveying, mapping and GIS courses.
For more information about Carlson PhotoCapture and the range of additional Carlson products, visit carlsonsw.com, try a free trial at https://photocapture.carlsonsw.com/ or call Carlson’s York office at 01423 309240.
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