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Global 3D Terrestrial Laser Scanning Market Will Grow in Response to Demand for High-Definition Lasers: TechNavio

LONDON — (BUSINESS WIRE) — October 29, 2014 — TechNavio, a global tech-focused research firm has published a new market research report on the Global 3D Terrestrial Laser Scanning Market 2014-2018.

Terrestrial laser scanning is an efficient way to acquire complex geometric data from buildings, machines and objects. It provides a fast and accurate method of topographical surveying, giving deliverables and the raw data for databases and technical analysis. The Global 3D Terrestrial Laser Scanning Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 12.53 percent by 2018.

About the Report

The latest report by TechNavio focuses on increased demand for project efficiency, as laser scanning technology helps finish projects on time, at lower costs. The report also highlights increasing organizational demand for 3D laser technology for design, visualization, communications and even marketing.

“3D laser technology is used in industries like construction, engineering, oil & gas and surveying, and is seeing high adoption across sectors,” says Faisal Ghaus, Vice President of TechNavio.

“This advanced scanning technology allows engineers, architects, project managers and developers see the full site context and offers means of documenting and capturing existing conditions of current buildings as well as newly built structures. This helps organizations to support installations, developments, and redevelopments to ensure accurate measurement and dimensioning, which ultimately provides clearer measurements essential to the decision making process.”

Key Information Covered in the Report:

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