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October 29, 2018
Pointfuse Launches Next Generation Point Cloud Processing Software at Intergeo

Pointfuse has released the latest version of its popular point cloud conversion software at Intergeo 2018. Pointfuse 2018 features a new cloud based data processing service, called Pointfuse Bolt, together with ground-breaking auto classification features and support for new laser scanning hardware and software formats. Designed to promote and support the practice of frequent capture Pointfuse 2018 is set to disrupt workflows in mapping, modelling and measurement by supporting the development of intelligent, ‘living’ models that are easy to consume and easy to share.

Pointfuse has released the latest version of its popular point cloud conversion software at Intergeo 2018. Pointfuse 2018 features a new cloud based data processing service, called Pointfuse Bolt, together with ground-breaking auto classification features and support for new laser scanning hardware and software formats. Designed to promote and support the practice of frequent capture Pointfuse 2018 is set to disrupt workflows in mapping, modelling and measurement by supporting the development of intelligent, ‘living’ models that are easy to consume and easy to share.

Pointfuse took place 16-18 October 2018 in Frankfurt, Germany and is described as the ‘global hub of the geospatial community’.

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