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February 17, 2015

Routescene® to exhibit at the ILMF in Denver

Routescene are excited to announce that we will be showcasing our new 3D LiDAR mapping solution for the first time in the USA. We will be based at booth 65 at the ILMF event in Denver, Colorado, from the 23rd to the 25th  of February 2015.

The Routescene LidarPod® , a complete self-contained turnkey solution which is new to the market, is simple
to operate and quickly to deploy.

It is a flexible system which has been developed specifically for use on Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) but can also be fitted onto any mobile platform required such as car, boat, etc. This flexibility, particularly its’ use on drones, is attractive for many sectors and situations where accurate mapping is essential but difficult to achieve. It will enable surveys to take place in areas which previously would not have been considered.

Our new disruptive technology offers a non-intrusive method to obtain detailed and precise geo-referenced 3D datasets. It can be used for 3D mapping; powerline inspection; scoping, planning and management of mines; forestry design, management and operation; large scale topographic surveys plus city planning and management.

To increase its appeal further, the Routescene LidarPod costs significantly less than a vehicle based mobile mapping system. The rate of return is much higher with a payback period calculated at around 100 days and there are certainly more benefits and advantages compared to traditional survey methods.

The turnkey solution includes LidarViewer, specially developed software to turn the raw data into valuable business information. It will enable users to convert, analyse and filter huge volumes of point cloud data to improve productivity and workflow. Powerful filters enable users to extract relevant data for use in third party software, such as GIS and CAD packages, which are unable to cope with such large data volumes.

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