3D Laser Mapping celebrates 15th birthday

3D Laser Mapping – the Nottingham, UK, based company – is celebrating 15 years of business with a recruitment drive.

‘It is fantastic to reach the 15 year landmark. Laser mapping has very much come of age so it is rewarding to have been involved from the start,’ said 3D Laser Mapping’s founder and executive chairman Dr Graham Hunter. ‘Sales are flourishing internationally and we are continually recruiting to help underpin significant expansion as our international client base continues to grow with organisations such as Balfour Beatty, Atkins, Golders, URS and COWI to mention a few.’

3D Laser Mapping is a global developer of laser scanning solutions for sectors such as mapping, mining and manufacturing. The firm specialises in integrating laser scanning hardware with their own software and peripherals to create solutions.

Since its inception in 1999, the company’s highlights include the development of one of the world’s most highly acclaimed mobile mapping system StreetMapper, the launch to market of the hand held, rapid laser mapping system ZEB1 and continued advancements in the use of laser scanning within the mining, environmental, engineering, defence and law enforcement sectors.

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