Commercial Robotics

Interior Spatial Data Collection Robots

Posted 6 Oct 2006 at 18:16 UTC by steve Share This

Roland Piquepaille writes, In an article about GIS and Robotics, Directions Magazine reports that architects and other professionals can now use spatially intelligent robots to collect interior space data. With such mapping robots, it's possible to capture accurate data for over 10,000 square meters per day and to easily integrate it with your existing software. Even if the article is interesting, I regret that it doesn't mention the sources for its illustrations about these robotic systems built by Penobscot Bay Media, a woman-owned Maine company. You'll find more details and pictures about these mapping robots on my blog.

Why not?, posted 8 Oct 2006 at 21:48 UTC by marev » (Observer)

One of those sort of jobs that when you think about it you realise robots should be the only workers,such a 2006 waste of time for humans,hope the idea catches on fast around the world,far better productivity for all.

See more of the latest robot news!

Recent blogs

20 Mar 2015 mwaibel (Master)
28 Feb 2015 steve (Master)
20 Feb 2015 shimniok (Journeyer)
19 Feb 2015 Flanneltron (Journeyer)
14 Nov 2014 Sergey Popov (Apprentice)
14 Nov 2014 wedesoft (Master)
5 Aug 2014 svo (Master)
3 Jul 2014 jmhenry (Journeyer)
2 Jul 2014 Petar.Kormushev (Master)
10 Jun 2014 robotvibes (Master)
Share this page