GeoSLAM is set to host two talks on the future of the construction industry, at this year’s GEO Business event, in London from 22-23 May. In GeoSLAM’s first talk on 23 May, Vice President of Product Management, Mark Reid, will discuss mobile mapping technology as a tool for the construction industry in the 21st century, and why this is a pivotal time for the sector to embrace digitisation.
Later the same afternoon, Sven van Duffelen, UK Channel Manager for GeoSLAM will hold an interactive workshop on how to ensure mobile mapping remains simple, yet effective.
Attendees will also see the latest GeoSLAM Hub Software showcased during a live demo. During the two talks, the leading mobile mapping specialists will discuss how mobile technology, like the GeoSLAM ZEB-REVO, is being utilised in the construction sector for scanning, BIM, reality modelling, accessing hard-to-reach areas, and how it plays an ever-increasing role in asset management.
The team will be exhibiting at stand G9 for the whole event, offering expert advice and live product demonstrations of the GeoSLAM ZEB-REVO Real Time, a lightweight, handheld laser scanner, showing its ease of use, speed and efficiency.
Commenting on the changing landscape of construction and the future of mobile mapping, Mark Reid, said: “The construction industry is changing rapidly. In a world where time constraints are increasing, competition is rife between surveyors, engineers and construction professionals alike, as they strive to complete processes as efficiently, accurately and cost effectively as possible. “Our advancements in mobile mapping technology allow users to keep up with the growing demands of the industry, surveying structures up to ten times faster than before, and providing the raw, accurate and timely data for BIM model production.
“We’re excited to be attending GEO Business once again this year, showcasing our new technology and software enhancements. We hope our talks will reveal more about the industry and educate, with our first-hand expertise, those who are looking to harness the power of mobile mapping technology to save time and money on build projects across the globe.”
GEO Business is the largest geospatial event in the UK construction calendar. This year marks the fifth consecutive show, with over 3,000 geospatial professionals expected to arrive in the capital for the 2-day event.
To register your attendance for free at GEO Business at London’s Business Design Centre, and to book your ticket, visit the GEO Business website.