Moasure to demonstrate motion-based measuring tool

By Leila Steed15 March 2023

Moasure is to host live demonstrations of its motion-based measuring tool at ConExpo-Con/Agg trade show in Las Vegas, US.

Moasure One in action Photo: Moasure

Founded in 2014, the company launched the Moasure One device, said to be the world’s first motion-based measuring tool, to give users the tools to measure complex spaces via accelerometers, gyroscopes and advanced, proprietary algorithms that enables fast and accurate job estimations.

According to the UK-based company, the platform works without the use of signal or GPS and is designed to measure irregular shapes, perimeter and distance, and calculate areas while also factoring in gradients and elevations.

It can measure and draw simultaneously and captures data as the device moves from one point to another and can be paired via bluetooth with Moasure’s app, Moasure PRO, which gives a comprehensive 3D diagram of a job site and allows drawings and measurement data to be viewed in real time.

The diagrams can then be shared and exported in a variety of formats including PDF, CSV and DXF, which enables Moasure users to generate project estimates and customer quotes by sending measurement data to external software such as AutoCAD, Vectorworks and MeasureSquare.

As well as Moasure One, the company will also exhibit its Moasure Stick, a telescopic pole accessory which is used as an accessibility tool for when using Moasure One in hard to access areas.

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