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GeoWrap: FARO introduces PointSense 18.0 suite, Trimble announces first quarter results and more

FARO introduces PointSense 18.0 suite for construction and architecture

US: FARO the world’s most trusted source for 3D measurement and imaging solutions for factory metrology, construction BIM/CIM, product design, public safety forensics, and 3D solutions, announces the availability of the FARO PointSense 18.0 software suite(Read more)

Trimble first quarter results up by 5 percent

US: First quarter 2017 revenue of $613.9 million was up 5 percent as compared to the first quarter of 2016. As previously announced, Trimble has changed the reporting of its segment financial results to better reflect the Company’s customer base and end markets, and our first quarter results are based on these new segments…(Read more)

CartoPac unveils barcode scanner solution for gas utility pipeline mapping

US: CartoPac International has introduced a fully integrated barcode scanning solution for gas utility companies. The solution integrates with the CartoPac Software Suite and enables utilities to quickly and accurately comply with regulations related to the traceability of their as-built natural gas distribution assets…(Read more)

Hexagon completes MSC Software acquisition

Sweden: Hexagon AB has announced the completion of the previously announced acquisition of MSC Software also known as MSC, a US-based leading provider of computer-aided engineering (CAE) solutions, including simulation software for virtual product and manufacturing process development…(Read more)

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DJI, Hasselblad develop 100MP integrated drone imaging platform

DJI and Hasselblad have developed the first 100MP integrated drone imaging platform. The device can create an unprecedented tool for detailed and accurate images. The UAV is developed using the DJI M600 Pro drone, Ronin-MX gimbal and Hasselblad H6D-100c camera.

New Google Maps feature help you find out your car parked location

New Google Maps feature will help you find your parked car. Though it already has the automatic parking location detection, it doesn’t really work always. So when you park your car next time, open Google Maps and tap the blue dot, that is your location. Then tap the “Save your parking” option to save your spot on the map.