NavVis takes 3D indoor mapping to Japan

NavVis takes 3D indoor mapping to Japan

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Japan: Kozo Keikaku Engineering has signed an agreement with Munich-based NavVis to sell and market the latter’s products and services in Japan. The products list includes the M3 Trolley, which is a 3D indoor mapping system that captures and digitalizes details of a building with high-resolution images (16 megapixels) and 3D point clouds. Indoor digitalization automatically processes the captured data. What’s more, the 3D map can be opened in any Web browser using IndoorViewer — a browser-based software that comes free with the purchase of the M3 Trolley.

Source: Japan Times