Three partner for 3D scanning and modelling solutions
Published by Katherine Guenioui,
With national headquarters in North Adelaide, South Australia, Redstack is a leading provider of service and technology to engineering and architecture community. These new partnerships complement Redstack’s relationships with Autodesk, Apple and Makerbot, enabling Redstack to deliver end-to-end solutions for design, engineering and BIM professionals.
Redstack Managing Director, Michael Lachs says: “As a proud Australian company, we are very pleased to be partnering with leading Australian professionals in Maptek and Avitus. We are passionate about assisting Australian companies to grow and thrive in a global marketplace. Maptek and Avitus are just two of many South Australian success stories. We look forward to introducing their technologies to our clients throughout Australia and Asia Pacific.”
Maptek is a leading provider of 3D scanning hardware. With more than 30 years of commitment to research and development, they offer an extensive range of high quality 3D scanning technologies. This partnership is extending the reach of Maptek’s industry leading 3D scanning technologies beyond mining and into the building and construction industry. James Moncrieff, Technical Services and Distributor Coordinator at Maptek says: “Through our partnership with Redstack, we are seeing exciting applications of our technologies in the architecture and construction industries. 3D scanning is providing significant safety improvements and efficiency for architects and engineers working on existing sites.”
Avitus UAV Systems is another local success story, offering customised aerial systems for professional aerial photography and videography from South Australia. This partnership provides Redstack clients the opportunity to complement their existing design systems with professional aerial products and services. Simon Butterworth, Avitus Managing Director says: “With the broad range of UAV technologies on the market, it’s important you get the right technology to meet your needs. There are complex regulation and licensing requirements for utilising aerial technologies and partnering with someone like Redstack will ensure you avoid making a costly mistake in selecting the right technology and complying with regulatory requirements.”
These partnerships allow Redstack to take cutting edge technologies and deliver them as complete solutions to address existing challenges and create new possibilities for their clients.
Adapted from press release by Katherine Guenioui
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/product-news/19012015/three-partner-for-3d-scanning-and-modelling-solutions-158/
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