Correvate was formed to commercialise a technology that enables the automatic registration and subsequent analysis of 3D point cloud datasets. The technology was initially created at University College London (UCL) and then exclusively licensed to Correvate. It has since been enhanced by both Correvate and UCL into the Vercator® software products on desktop and in the cloud.
During 2019 Vercator software evolved from a desktop product produced from the original academic project into a cloud one able to provide the AEC market with a powerful alternative to the current point cloud processing software on offer.
Vercator brings a new approach to point cloud registration from reality capture that is faster and more versatile whilst achieving the quality required by the industry. By uniquely delivering this from the cloud, the associated benefits follow of access, security and speed. Our ambition is to evolve the Vercator platform further with additional tools from both Correvate and third-party suppliers, adding a suite of capabilities and features which deliver cost efficient improvements to our users.
The Correvate team has a talented mix of commercial experience from industry and technical knowledge from top research universities. Many of our staff studied or worked at UCL including our founding director Dr David Selviah. This gives us an advantage in cutting-edge algorithm design required to process large point cloud data at scale from which Vercator software was developed.