GeoSLAM announces deep trade-in discount on ZEB scanners

By on 15 January, 2019

GeoSLAM is offering a massive reduction on the sticker price of their ZEB-REVO-RT and ZEB-HORIZON units for a trade in of any other SLAM device — regardless of manufacturer.

Manufacturer of SLAM (simultaneous localisation and mapping) devices, GeoSLAM, has launched an audacious offer for users of the technology.

Under the upgrade campaign, the company is offering £10,000 off the sticker price of its top-of-the-line ZEB-REVO-RT scanner and UAV-ready ZEB-HORIZON unit, accessible with the trade-in of any other SLAM device.

The ZEB-HORIZON scanner has a range of 100 metres and can collect 300,000 points per second, and GeoSLAM claims its ZEB-REVO-RT can complete a 3D model in minutes due to its realtime data processing abilities.

GeoSLAM’s CEO, Shelley Copsey, said the trade-in campaign was aimed to account for the pace of technological development.

“Mapping and monitoring technology is advancing at remarkable speed and at GeoSLAM we recognise that this means that our customers are required to stay at the top of their game by harnessing the latest platforms,” she said.

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