GeoSLAM Geospatial Technology

Mobile 3D data capture for mapping and understanding hard to reach spaces.
From the natural world to human-built environments, GeoSLAM technology delivers the power to collect geospatial data on the go. What sets GeoSLAM’s handheld mobile scanners apart is the user’s ability to reach and collect data from some of the world’s most difficult places, whether they’re indoors, outdoors, underground — everywhere.
  • ZEB Mobile Scanners & Software Solutions
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This small, portable scanner provides the perfect entry-level solution for mapping spaces in 3D.


View your point cloud data on the move as you scan with this lightweight, easy-to-use handheld scanner.

ZEB Horizon

With a range of 100 meters, this handheld scanner is well suited to outdoor use and indoor applications where features are positioned at a distance.

ZEB Horizon RT

The most versatile SLAM system, which features a real-time data preview.

GeoSLAM Connect Software

Create clean, georeferenced point clouds automatically with GeoSLAM Connect

Business Value of GeoSLAM

Mobile Mapping

Versatile 3D mapping laser technology is adaptable to any environment in all industries, and is especially well suited to complex and enclosed spaces.

Rapid Scanning

Within minutes you can collect data with a handheld scanner and later map a multi-story building in minutes with the accompanying software.

Save Your Business Time and Money

Fast data capture and modelling lets your teams successfully complete projects in minimum time with little disruption at the project site.

Tools for a Data Driven World

GeoSLAM digitizes 3D data capture, making it faster and easier to scan places that would have been impossible to scan before.
FARO GeoSlam

FARO Acquires Mobile Scanning Market Leader GeoSLAM

FARO announced the acquisition of UK-based GeoSLAM, a leading provider of mobile scanning solutions with proprietary high-productivity simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) software to create 3D models for use in Digital Twin applications.

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