Correvate was formed to commercialise a technology that enables the automatic alignment and subsequent analysis of 3D point cloud datasets. The technology was initially created in the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at University College London and then, on 1st January 2018, exclusively licensed to Correvate. It has since been enhanced by both Correvate and UCL.
The technology can be applied to 3D point cloud datasets created using any scanning technology of any wavelength.
Correvate’s first market sector is in ‘BIM’ – Building Information Modelling – where professionals such as surveyors, architects and construction engineers create a ‘digital twin’ of the target project, yielding improvements in productivity well-recognised both by the professionals themselves and by the grant-giving teams in the UK’s Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
More about Correvate’s first product can be found on the Vercator website.
‘Vercator’ technology enables the automatic alignment and subsequent analysis of 3D point cloud datasets. Its performance at least matches and, in many aspects, exceeds that of conventional and newly emerging competing systems.
For more about the Vercator product click here.