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September 18, 2012

Gexcel Srl Introduces New Mobile Camera System

18 September, 2012, Brescia, Italy– Gexcel Srl has introduced a new mobile mapping camera system family of products. The system allows existing mobile mapping operators to add a very cost effective, high performance independent camera system for the capture of visual scenery which is then synchronized and photo draped onto the lidar point cloud.

The new software can be installed to most existing lidar mapping systems with or without cameras. Software modules are available for camera calibration, camera and lidar sensor boresighting. It also provides a full visual QC workflow to review collected lidar data in synchronization with camera imagery, directly draping the points with multiple camera data. Gexcel Srl also offers multiple camera packages starting from the high performance but extremely cost effective GoPro Hero 2, the MDL Dynacam, and all the way up to very specifically tailored custom imaging packages. The resultant data is then fully compatible with Gexcel Srl’s JRC 3D Reconstructor® family of analysis and cloud server software environments.

Gexcel Srl has a rich history spanning more than 10 years of proven fully featured lidar and imagery analysis software packages with the JRC 3D Reconstructor®, completely compatible with all terrestrial, mobile and airborne scanners from manufacturers such as Faro, Leica, MDL, Optech, Riegl, Topcon, Trimble and Z+F. Gexcel Srl is a spin off company of the University of Brescia, established in 2007 from the academic know-how of the University and the applied research achievements of the European Joint Research Centre (JRC), located in Ispra (Italy). Gexcel Srl is proud to support all major standard formats such as the ASTM E57 and LAS.

See Gexcel Srl at Intergeo 2012 in Hannover, Germany, Hall 9 Stand A.35

For more information contact:

Gexcel Srl
Via Branze 45
I-25123 Brescia, Italy

Tel: +39 030 65 95 001
email; [email protected]

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