Smith interviewed Gregory Lepere, marketing director of optical and imaging for Trimble Geospatial, about the qualities of the X7.
“The X7 is a useful, everyday tool because it doesn’t require scanning expertise to operate,” said Lepere. “It opens the door for more construction, surveying, industrial and forensics professionals to confidently capture and deliver scan data and realize a faster return on investment.”
The Trimble X7 focuses on workflows for GIS, surveying, construction, industrial and forensic applications, and includes the following features:
Simple and streamlined workflows to provide automatic registration of point cloud data in the field with Trimble Registration Assist;
Smart Trimble X-Drive technology to eliminate the need for annual calibration;
Survey-grade self-leveling to ensure consistent data quality; and,
Professional quality and sturdy IP55 rating backed by an industry leading two-year warranty.
The X7 will be available for purchase from Trimble distributors in early 2020. To learn more about Trimble laser scanning products and services, click here. To locate Trimble distributors, click here.