Strumenti e applicazioni con laser portatili I casi di FARO e GeoSLAM

Oreste Adinolfi, Cristina Bonfanti, Laura Mattioli, Nadia Guardini


Portability, flexibility and speed are some of the technical features that distinguish the measuring instruments to scan and that they may allow to the operator to respond to requests for acquisition and processing of data effectively and
economically. In this case study are presented cases of the instruments FARO and of the young GeoSLAM.

Parole chiave

Laser scanner; AACMM; SLAM

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