NavVis launches IndoorViewer 2.6

By on 9 April, 2020

Latest release of indoor modelling tool facilitates accurate measurements from point clouds.

NavVis says that the new tools are designed to make accurate measurements from point clouds easy to take for all stakeholders, not just technical users.

“When redesigning the measurement tool in NavVis IndoorViewer, we wanted to make sure that a wide range of stakeholders in every industry that works with built environments could benefit from the accuracy of point clouds when taking virtual measurements,” said Georg Schroth, NavVis CTO.

“We are confident that the new magnifying feature in NavVis IndoorViewer achieves our goal. Now even stakeholders that are unfamiliar with point clouds have an easy, intuitive way to take measurements based on this highly accurate real world data.”

The new IndoorViewer also features a redesigned interface, and a dual-view slider function that allows a 2D floorplan and 3D walkthrough side-by-side, and new support for e57 point clouds captured by static scanners.

Such files can now be quickly turned into highly detailed floorplans, and a new navigation graph feature can turn static scans into an immersive routing tool, according to NavVis.

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