The digital revolution in measuring
Digitally measure your trade fair booth – easy, precise and fast than ever before.
Our brand new laser measurement system revolutionizes your hall measurements. Easily import your AutoCAD files, login via smartphone or tablet and have your measurement points projected by laser point – horizontally AND vertically. Measuring has never been so precise and fast.
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How does surveying work so far?
You know the problem: with conventional measurement, precisely fitting CAD plans collide with reality in the exhibition hall. Two people put on measuring tape, mark the measuring points on the floor by hand and the booth builder starts to set up the stand according to these points. The marked points quickly disappear under the floor structure – disorientation spreads.
Common mistakes in
Hidden electricity and water connections
Hidden markings through floor coverings
No measuring points in height
The worst case: The entire booth has to be demolished and rebuilt – gladly these days are gone with easymatch.
This is how easymatch works
The latest laser technology meets convenient control via smartphone and tablet.
High-precision measurement in the digital age
Laborious measuring was a thing of the past – digital measurement works with easymatch at the click of a button.
The revolution: The laser points are not only visible on the hall floor without being able to be covered. They are also projected onto the various levels of the structure. This guarantees measurement accuracy in three-dimensional space – a world revolution.
How to project your CAD plan directly into the exhibition hall
First import your AutoCAD files into the system. Next, open the easymatch web interface and log in with your login data. You can do this easily by using a smartphone or tablet.
Now select the measuring points that you want to be displayed. The laser installed on the ceiling of the hall immediately projects a red dot at the exact position of your measuring point – regardless of whether it is a power connection, an exhibit or a stage structure.