Challenge - When using the Planix the measuring accuracy is only optimized for the middle of each scan. The sides are shaded in grey to let you know the accuracy drops off in these areas.
Solution - Allow Planix to shoot 4 scans of a scene instead of 2 so you have better overall 360 data coverage.
You would need a rotating baseplate like the IMS-5 with only two positions 90 degrees apart.
The feature idea here could have benefits to image quality and alignment accuracy. You are capturing 4 images instead of 2 from the sweet spot in the lens towards the center and not where it falls off towards the edges of each image. So you will have much more high resolution data to work with.