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We provide versatile
3D mapping scanners and solutions

In the future, robots will drive while receiving 3D maps.
We aim to revolutionize the operation method of robots.

3D Technology

3D Mapping Technology is a method of scanning a space or object using various sensors such as LiDAR, images, or acoustic waves.


SLAM (Simultaneous Localization And Mapping) is a technology that involves the use of LiDAR and/or camera to create a map of your location and surroundings at the same time.


vitomSLAM is our own SLAM algorithm and is based on LiDAR Inertial Odometry (LIO). It focuses on producing high-definition and robust 3D mapping results. Compared to other open source SLAM algorithms, vitomSLAM has some notable advantages.

Please contact us for details.

Colored Point Cloud Data Rendering

Completely scan the scanner's surroundings even when not stable

Very high accuracy (up to 1~2mm depending on the application)

Perform 3D mapping and object identification simultaneously



Equipped with a robust SLAM algorithm; a 3D mapping tool with coloring options.
Supports various scanning scenarios: handheld, backpack, drone. Lightweight and compact design.


Can be used in narrow spaces (such as tunnels).
Real-time 3D mapping and object identification
Sharing data across devices; remote access is possible.



CloudMan is our own point cloud processing tool and comes bundled with our scanners. It performs vitomSLAM and provides the functions necessary for post-processing of 3D point cloud data.



Point cloud format conversion (PCD, PLY, OBJ, FBX, LAS, etc.) Multi-point cloud data integration, point cloud coloring.


Conversion to mesh

Possible to convert 3D point cloud data
to mesh data in FBX or OBJ



CloudMan supports georeferencing and users can assign geographic coordinates to their 3D data. It is suitable for geospatial applications.

VITOM + Construction DX

Safety monitoring of work site

Work progress management at the work site

Create 3D layouts easily

Safety | Management | Create

Problem: The back of heavy machinery is not visible. This can lead to collisions with people or objects, resulting in accidents and damage of items.

Our product can be installed on heavy machinery to detect the presence of people or objects in the vicinity.

Problem: Photographs are usually used to confirm whether construction is proceeding as planned. However, storing the vast amount of photo data is challenging, and reviewing the records is also impractical.

・Automation is possible. By using our product, past records can be managed as data, making it easy to review them.
・By simply installing the product, data for the entire building (within a radius of 120m to 200m) can be obtained, eliminating the need for manual photo-taking and recording.

Problem: Creating layout diagrams for old buildings without existing blueprints or properties that have undergone multiple renovations requires a significant amount of effort.

Automation is possible. The current layout of tall buildings or the interior of apartments can be acquired approximately within one day.

In the future

Integrating 3D maps generated from individual scanning systems (OWL) will enhance the safety and accuracy of autonomous driving. To achieve this, dynamic communication between self-navigating robots and vehicles is necessary. By utilizing our 3D map generation technology, we contribute to safer autonomous driving.

Equip drones with a 3D scanner to generate real-time 3D maps from the air. Any individuals inadvertently captured during the scanning process are automatically removed to protect personal privacy.

In times of disaster, perform real-time recognition of the conditions within tunnels and buildings to prevent secondary disasters.


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〒140-0013 Tokyo, Shinagawa City, Minamiōi, 6-chōme−16−4
Tonami Omori Building 2F

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