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The State of Mobile Mapping 2022 is here: You’re invited to take part in the industry survey of the year

You’re invited to take part in one of the biggest and most ambitious surveys ever conducted about mobile mapping. NavVis, in partnership with Lidar News, Lidar Magazine, the American Surveyor, GoGeomatics, GIM International, Geo Week, BIM+, Spatial Source and GeoConnexion, is conducting the 2nd annual international survey to gather concrete evidence about the State of Mobile Mapping in 2022. Join your peers in answering a series of easy questions we’ve put together, and with your participation, the result will be a set of observations and insights that will benefit the entire laser scanning and surveying industries.

Brought to you by NavVis in partnership with Lidar News, Lidar Magazine, the American Surveyor, GoGeomatics, GIM International, Geo Week, BIM+, Spatial Source and GeoConnexion.

The laser scanning and surveying industries have been undergoing a seismic shift. Mobile mapping technology is radically changing the way we work, reinventing workflows, and generating whole new categories of deliverables. Today, it’s possible to document the built environment with speed and versatility like never before – with nearly the same levels of accuracy or quality of results.

This is a dynamic and exciting time for professionals in these fields and the customers they serve.

But this ever-changing environment also raises some important questions: Who is leading this change? How does mobile mapping impact your business? Which markets and regions are growing the fastest? What kinds of devices is everyone using – or should be using?

You’re probably curious to learn the answers to these questions, and more. That’s why you’re invited to take part in one of the biggest and most ambitious surveys conducted on this very topic. NavVis, in partnership with Lidar News, Lidar Magazine, the American Surveyor, GoGeomatics, GIM International, Geo Week, BIM+, Spatial Source and GeoConnexion, is conducting the 2nd annual international survey to gather concrete evidence about the State of Mobile Mapping in 2022.

We’re very excited to see the results, but we can’t do it without you! Join your peers in answering a series of easy questions we’ve put together, and with your participation, the result will be a set of observations and insights that will benefit the entire laser scanning and surveying industries. 2021 brought amazing results, but 2022 is sure to top it.

“Mobile mapping is driving significant change in the laser scanning and surveying industries,” says Felix Reinshagen, NavVis CEO and co-founder. “We worked with partners to collect data about this impact from an industry perspective. With this report, NavVis will bring these changes to light.”

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