With the Industrial Cloud, Volkswagen launches a major new initiative that NavVis is proud to support from the outset. Let’s explore what it is and how it works.
European Investment Bank provides NavVis with €20 million funding as part of the Investment Plan for Europe, cementing the company’s world-leading position in digital twin technology.
A project team at Audi AG collaborates with NavVis to digitally capture an automotive factory site in Neckarsulm, Germany for remote production planning.
NavVis VLX is a first-of-its-kind wearable mapping system designed for hands-free, all-in-one reality capture, including survey-grade point clouds, in even the most complex environments such as construction sites, staircases and technical rooms
NavVis rolls out a new, improved Mapping Partner Program to help partners scale up their business and stay at the forefront of our technology.
Attending the biggest geospatial industry show in the world, the NavVis team were left exceptionally positive about the future of indoor mobile scanning.
What happened at the NavVis Summit19? With stimulating conversations and hearty German fare in a fabulous setting, our guests went home filled with big ideas, inspiration, and tools to scale up their business with NavVis.
Creating as-built documentation of buildings and facilities is a highly labor intensive process. Laser scanning has made it possible to capture the data but using static scanners is very time-consuming. Numerous scanning positions are required to ensure no details are missed, reducing the total ...
Daimler AG uses our mobile scanning system to get virtual access to factories scattered across the globe. In various companies the desktop access to virtual factories has already significantly increased efficiency during assembly line and factory adaptation processes, and also improved coordination ...