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About us

A high-level multidisciplinary team to change the game on 3D point clouds.

Our team

Yan Koch

Engineer from the Ecole Centrale de Nantes, founder of TagLabs after 10 years of experience in HVAC and industrial refrigeration, and 7 years as a 3D laser scanning service provider (founder and manager of Liber-D from 2011 to 2017).


Pierre Fouillade

Pierre joined the team at the end of 2021 as a partner and Managing Director, in charge of business development and finance. He has a long experience as sales manager in an ETI building pumps for industrial processes.

Robin Kervadec

Engineer from the Ecole Centrale de Nantes, Robin is in charge - among other things - of the development of the 3D engine of ScanSap.

Quentin Moiteaux

A Polytech Nantes engineer, Quentin first joined the team as an intern in 2021, then was hired at the end of his internship. He works on several aspects of the software: 3D functionalities, tree structure, import-export of objects...

Lucas Silve

A graduate of the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Lyon, Lucas works on mathematical aspects, and in particular object recognition.

We also regularly offer transversal projects in partnership with the University of Nantes (Polytech campus).

Our values



Each functionality is examined in detail in order to detect the slightest defect, whether on the expected result or its ergonomics.



We strive to offer new features. If a function basically repeats what exists, that does not interest us: it must at least do much better!

No bullshit


We favor substantive work over big declarations and cosmetics.

We master what we produce and are ready to perform live demonstrations on your point clouds.


With the rise of the power of computers, one is quickly tempted to produce a medium code which will be compensated by the computing power. We have chosen to optimize the code in order to make the most of medium configurations, thus fighting against planned obsolescence. We are also opposed to online point cloud streaming solutions, which are the opposite of digital sobriety.

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