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We recently had a fantastic time visiting our valued customer & one of Denmark's leading consulting and land surveying firms, Geopartner Landinspektører A/S! During our visit, we put our cutting-edge NavVis VLX 3 to work, scanning a crucial road junction. With NavVis IVION Processing, we effortlessly transformed the collected data into a stunning point cloud, and, with third-party software, generated a detailed topographic road survey.
We had the opportunity to capture the entire show floor with NavVis VLX 3, just in case you missed it. The level of detail in the point cloud makes it feel like you were there too.
The NavVis team visited our customer LE34, Denmark's largest provider of surveying and land management services, to scan a complex water treatment facility. With NavVis VLX 3, they were able to accurately and comprehensively capture hundreds of square meters in a matter of minutes!
Our team paired up again with LE34, this time to scan a busy intersection.
NavVis VLX is the perfect tool to use to enhance your scan-to-BIM workflows. Our mobile mapping tool can be used for projects of all sizes: from renovations of small residential houses to schools and hospitals that are millions of square feet, and everything in between.
If you missed out on the event - no worries. We captured the entire show floor with NavVisV LX and prepared this point cloud flythrough so you can experience it as if you were there.
A picturesque mill on the banks of the River Tyne with a Dutch-style conical roof, Preston Mill is a unique architectural structure that has been around since the 16th century.
Messe Essen, Germany
Take a glimpse of what the entire show floor looked like in immense detail in this point cloud flythrough that was captured with NavVis VLX in less than an hour.
South Carolina, USA
Founded in 1770, the College of Charleston is a nationally recognized public liberal arts and sciences university located in the heart of the historic city of Charleston, South Carolina. Admire the campus, namely Randolph Hall and Towell Hall, and the beautiful scenery between the halls.
As one of the most well-known landmarks in Germany, the Brandenburger Tor (Brandenburg Gate) has been the site of many major historical events, both in times of war and in times of peace.
A Neo-Renaissance-style castle turned hotel, Schloss Schkopau sits on the bank of the Saale River in the Saxony-Anhalt region of Germany. In this point cloud flythrough admire the interior of the castle, the courtyard, and much more as if you were there.
Nestled in the center of Sackville Gardens in Manchester next to the Beacon of Hope sits the Alan Turing Memorial, paying tribute to the father of theoretical computer science and artificial intelligence and gay icon, Alan Turing.
Bau-Fritz GmbH & Co. KG, one of Europe’s most innovative eco-home building companies, welcomed the NavVis team to their headquarters in Erkheim, Bavaria. Three modern architectural model homes were scanned using NavVis VLX.
Representing the center of Munich's gay culture, the Deutsche Eiche is an extremely versatile place - it’s a 150+-year-old boutique hotel equipped with a Bavarian restaurant, Munich's most attractive rooftop bar, and a large sauna.
On the bank of the Keizersgracht canal in the center of Amsterdam sits the Homomonument. Filled with symbolism, the Homomonument is composed of three smaller triangle structures, which connect to make one large triangle. It embodies three ideas and three states of time.
New York, USA
Tucked away in a nook of New York City's West Village is Christopher Street, home to a place considered the birthplace of Pride, the Stonewall Inn.
San Francisco, USA
June 22nd, 2022, marks 100 years since the Castro Theatre opened - a theatre that came to define an era and a neighborhood. To celebrate this alongside Pride Month.
In Berlin, the Memorial to the Persecuted Homosexuals under National Socialism stands to honor and remember the victims of National Socialism. It was built to “set a constant sign against intolerance, hostility, and exclusion towards gays and lesbians".
This series of 20 bronze biographical memorial markers commemorate the life and work of notable LGBTQ individuals whose achievements have changed the world.
Frankfurter Engel is a memorial to honor those who were persecuted based on their sexual orientation during WWII and during the 1950s -1960s.
San Francisco, USA
Do you know how many turns the crookedest street in the world, Lombard Street, has in total? If you guessed eight, you'd be correct!
High atop Castle Hill in Dudley, West Midlands, England sits Dudley Castle - a once-magnificent motte and bailey castle originally constructed in 1070. Today, you can admire the Romantic ruin and visit the Dudley Zoo, located right on the castle grounds.
Washington D.C, USA
The National Mall in Washington, D.C. is home to many iconic monuments that commemorate the U.S.'s history, such as the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument.
Capel's Mill Viaduct was constructed in 1868 for the Great Western Railway as a part of a massive network expansion. Many timber viaducts at the time were being replaced with brick, hence its plain and functional design.
In the heart of Teuarstamo, a staple in Helsinki's gastronomy, in a historic red-brick building from the 1930s, you'll find The Helsinki Distillery Company. The building has seen many businesses come and go, stamping their unique character on it with each passing era.
In the land of Spiš in eastern Slovakia lives one of the largest castle sites in Central Europe - Spiš Castle. Admire the Romanesque interior and extensive castle grounds in this point cloud captured in tremendous detail using NavVis VLX.
As home to the Pittsburgh Steelers, Heinz Field fits over 68,000 spectators and attracts hundreds of thousands of people per year for football games, concerts, and more.
Take a stroll through Chicago's Millennium Park as if you were there enjoying this sunny day in this point cloud captured with NavVis VLX!
Kansas City, USA
Kansas City Union Station, which opened in 1914, is festively dressed up for the 2021 holiday season! In this point cloud captured with tremendous detail using NavVis VLX, you can explore this historic union station as if you were there.
Did you miss out on GEO Business in London? Have no fear - we've got you covered! Check out our high-quality point cloud of the exhibition halls in animation
Located in Hessen, Germany, the former Benedictine abbey in Seligenstadt is unusual for its near complete preservation despite being built almost 1,000 years ago.
Did you miss INTERGEO 2021 in Hannover? Don't worry - we've got you covered. Check out a high-quality point cloud flythrough of the exhibition halls.
Virtually visit a construction site in Stuttgart, Germany – no hard hat required. Deploying NavVis VLX on a large construction project for Pflugfelder Real Estate, AEC pros from Kappes IPG and JSB Architects are delighted by the accuracy of the point clouds it generates.
Take a glimpse behind the scenes at this subway construction site in Munich, Germany, captured with NavVis VLX.
Virtually visit the medieval village of Monticchiello in Tuscany, Italy, and explore the winding cobbled streets of this historic location as though you were taking a walk on a warm summer's day.
Take a virtual tour of the Stockholm City Hall in Sweden, and experience every brick, paving stone and pillar of this stunning location from a unique perspective.
Take a virtual tour of the historic Königsplatz landmark in the museum district of Munich, Germany. Witness the splendor of 19th century European Neoclassicism with this high-quality point cloud captured with NavVis VLX.
The Yburg Castle is the ruin of a hillside castle in the Rems-Murr district in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. See this historic landmark and the playful sculptures within captured with NavVis VLX.
The glycol unit at the Lyondell-Basell Center for Petrochemical, Energy, & Technology (CPET) on the San Jacinto College central campus in Pasadena, TX is a state-of-the-art education facility with a fully operational distillation unit to train students in the plant operations and services.
Take a virtual tour of the Amersfoort Medieval city in the Netherlands, with this point cloud captured in stunning clarity and detail using the NavVis VLX wearable mobile mapping system.
See a 500 year-old farm house in Norway, in the Alver municipality, like never before. Captured using the powerful combo of NavVis VLX and an unmanned aerial vehicle, the result is like a personal guided tour!
New York City, NY, USA
With NavVis VLX, you can capture stunning landmarks like the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City as high-quality point clouds – which is exactly what we did one summer's day in the Big Apple!
Let's take a stroll through the streets of Munich where NavVis HQ is located.
Check out this dazzling point cloud captured with NavVis at the UK offices of Cognica, an Information Management Services business