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November 1st, 2011
New Version of Topcon ScanMaster Software Improves Scanning Performance

Topcon Positioning Systems (TPS) has released a new version of software used with Topcon’s GLS series of laser scanners – ScanMaster v2.5. The new version was designed to improve existing features, add new functions, and broaden applications for scanning.  “We’ve expanded the application capabilities that the software provides,” said Brad Burgess, TPS national sales manager for scanning products. “With this release, ScanMaster further enables our customers to extract and deliver value-rich point cloud data to their clients in support of BIM (Building Information Modeling) project workflows.” Many functions are now automated, such as region extraction and edge extraction.  Edge sets now automatically retain and recall settings and differentiate edge boundaries and intersections.  “Added automated features simplify and speed up scanning work for the operator,” Burgess said.  Read More