UVify Unveils the Groundbreaking SLAMDAQ
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SLAMDAQ makes its debut at the prestigious International Conference for Robotics and Automation (ICRA) 2023 in London

NEWHAM, U.K. - WisconsinEagle -- UVify, an innovative leader in drone and robotics technologies, today announced the debut of SLAMDAQ (Simultaneous Localization And Mapping Data Acquisition Device) at the International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) 2023. Visitors are welcome to UVify's booth Z06 for a firsthand look at this transformative product.

SLAMDAQ is a unique geospatial mapping tool, integrating advanced LiDAR technology and a 3D stereo camera to deliver unrivaled capabilities in the market. As an industry-first, SLAMDAQ sets new standards for anyone interested in acquiring geospatial data. Available for immediate order, SLAMDAQ offers an unmatched combination of a LiDAR and a stereo camera, making it the most powerful and versatile tool in its category.

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"SLAMDAQ is not just a product, but a tool that will reshape how SLAM researchers obtain critical data about  environment," said Robert Cheek, Chief Operating Officer of UVify. "Its ability to generate detailed, accurate digital maps on the move makes it an indispensable asset for researchers and developers worldwide."

Built around the concept of rapid development, SLAMDAQ uses its state-of-the-art mobile mapping system to rapidly building comprehensive digital maps on the move. This technology transforms the way researchers and developers collect and utilize geospatial data.

For more information about SLAMDAQ or to place your order, please visit www.uvify.com.

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About UVify

UVify is an award-winning developer and manufacturer of drone and robotic solutions. Its products range from high-performance swarm drones and autonomous drone platforms, to transformative data collection devices, pushing the boundaries of what is possible in the realm of robotics technology.

Robert Cheek

Source: UVify

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