Advanced Software Engineer Pablo Arias began his coding career building a website for his aunt. Today, he’s at the heart of a multidisciplinary team at NavVis.
See how German chartered engineers Rek & Wieck used NavVis VLX, our new wearable mobile mapping system, to scan a high-rise building project in Berlin.
Learn how a digital twin of the Electronic Works Amberg, powered by NavVis, formed an integral part of Siemens' strategy to cope with the COVID-19 crisis.
Let's explore the end-to-end process of a standard scan-to-BIM project, and learn the best practices for bringing existing buildings and structures into a building information modeling (BIM) framework.
A project team at Audi AG collaborates with NavVis to digitally capture an automotive factory site in Neckarsulm, Germany for remote production planning.
Before the NavVis VLX launched, Austrian surveying firm Vermessung Schubert tested a prototype of the new wearable mobile mapping device in a live project.
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
Learn how scan-to-BIM uses 3D laser scanning to digitally capture an existing building as a point cloud, for the creation and updating of a BIM model.
Railway heritage goes digital; visitors can now tour the STEAM Museum in the UK from a web browser, thanks to an immersive experience created by NavVis Mapping Partner Cognica.
We eat our own dog food. See how a company-wide exercise proves the accuracy and ease of use of the new measurement tool in NavVis IndoorViewer 2.6.