Mapping the Past to Safeguard the Future

MAPPING THE PAST TO SAFEGUARD THE FUTURE Geospatial technology supplier, 3D Laser Mapping, recently released a detailed 3D map of Newark Castle in Nottinghamshire, UK. Here, business development director Mark Brown tells LiDAR News about the project and explains why the mapping of heritage sites is crucial. Last month marked the 800th anniversary of the death of ‘Bad King John’. […]

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Open Earth Observation Data now More Accessible

Press Release St Petersburg, 14 November, 2016 Open Earth Observation Data now More Accessible At the Thirteenth GEO Plenary Meeting, held in St Petersburg, Russian Federation from 9-10 November, 2016, representatives from GEO’s 103 Member governments and 106 Participating Organizations (POs) convened to launch a new look for the Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS) Portal. Participants also addressed […]

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World’s First Fabrication of Subsea Well Part Using LiDAR Data and 3D Printing

October 31, 2016 04:00 ET World’s First Fabrication of Subsea Well Part Using LiDAR Data and 3D Printing Project Has Cost Effective Implications Across Life of Field Programs and Intervention Planning BOULDER, CO–(Marketwired – October 31, 2016) – Fugro and 3D at Depth, a global provider of advanced subsea LiDAR systems and solutions, announce the world’s first application of subsea […]

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Lidar Data Processing

This practical, one hour video (produced by Esri) provides an excellent overview of how to make use of lidar data to solve geospatial problems such as creating intensity images, developing DEMs and DSMs and estimating tree height and density…Head over to In The Scan to watch the video

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Global Mapper LiDAR Module v18 Now Available with Full-Range 3D Point Cloud Display

Global Mapper LiDAR Module v18 Now Available with Full-Range 3D Point Cloud Display Hallowell, Maine – October 27, 2016 – Blue Marble Geographics (bluemarblegeo.com) is pleased to announce the immediate availability of an update to the Global Mapper LiDAR Module. Released in conjunction with Global Mapper version 18, Blue Marble’s renowned GIS software, the latest edition of the module leverages […]

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SITECO partners with FARO to launch…

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SITECO partners with FARO to launch the new “road-scanner compact” with FARO laser scanners 26 October, 2016, Bologna, Italy – SITECO Infomatica SRL announces an extended partnership with FARO® (NASDAQ: FARO), the producer of the revolutionary and most popular Focus laser-scanner. This extended partnership will bring the Road-Scanner Compact equipped with FARO Focus Laser Scanners worldwide. The new […]

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GRMC Announces “Your Facility on Your Desktop” Webinar Using SLAM Technology for Indoor Mapping

New York, NY, Monday, October 24, 2016 Global Resources Management Consultancy Inc. (GRMC), announced their info-packed webinar “Your Facility on Your Desktop” detailing the fastest and most comprehensive building documentation available, literally providing your entire building/facility on your desktop with accurate “as-is” information accessible across your enterprise.   This incredible building documentation tool records floor plans, 3D data, and interior […]

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RIEGL Products News at Intergeo 2016

Read the Press Release NEW RIEGL VQ-1560i Dual LiDAR Channel Airborne Laser Scanning System Ideally suited for airborne surveying missions from ultra-wide area, high altitude mapping to mapping of complex urban environments and city modeling   NEW RIEGL miniVUX-1UAV LiDAR Sensor an entry-level addition to RIEGL’s state of the art UAV-based LiDAR sensor portfolio   NEW RIEGL BDF-1 Bathymetric Depth […]

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Opposable Thumbs versus Fingers

Thanks to Jeff Fagerman at Lidar USA for this article. Really, which is more important and useful, a thumb or a finger? Your thumb is undoubtedly more flexible and the largest of your “fingers.” You have four fingers and only one thumb on each hand. The thumb and the fingers all share common features. They each have hinged joints that […]

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GeoSLAM Launches ZEB-CAM for ZEB-REVO

GeoSLAM unveils ZEB-CAM, a new add-on option for the ZEB-REVO mobile indoor mapping system. ZEB-CAM integrates seamlessly with the existing ZEB-REVO and allows imagery to be captured simultaneously alongside scan data. With an integrated inertial sensor ZEB-CAM utilises optical flow technology to accurately synchronise the acquired imagery to the point cloud data. Mark Reid GeoSLAM’s COO said “At GeoSLAM we […]

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Focused on 3D

The Firm Since its inception in 1995, Chustz Surveying, Inc. has continued to grow through hard work and client satisfaction. They began by providing surveying and mapping services as a sub-contractor for a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (New Orleans District) project with only a pickup truck and a single boat. From that point on, Chustz has invested in the […]

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GeoSLAM and Blackdog Sign Partnership Agreement

Date: 4th October 2016 – For immediate Issue GeoSLAM and Blackdog Robotics sign partnership agreement to supply unmanned mobile indoor mapping solutions GeoSLAM Ltd, the UK based pioneers of SLAM based mobile indoor mapping systems, and Blackdog Robotics, a leading US manufacturer of modular robots, have joined forces to offer Law enforcement, first responders, and the Military a unique rapid […]

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Don’t Let Your Robot Fall Down the Stairs!

Why Negative Obstacle Detection Using Lidar is a Must for Mobile Robots Lidar is often used in robotics to detect objects obstructing the robot’s path and allow the robot to plan an alternative route around the obstacle to avoid collision. In a growing number of indoor robotics applications, it is also necessary for mobile robots to be able to detect […]

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Global Mapper v18 Released with Improved User Interface and Full Range Rendering of 3D Data

Hallowell, Maine – September 26, 2016 – Blue Marble Geographics (bluemarblegeo.com) is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Global Mapper version 18. The culmination of an extensive design and development effort, this major version release boasts a bold new look and feel with new graphics, reconfigured menus; customizable toolbars; and improved layer management. Beyond usability upgrades, version 18 also […]

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OGC requests participation in its Land Administration DWG

The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC®) is calling for public participation in its newly-established Land Administration Domain Working Group (Land Admin DWG). Worldwide, effective and efficient land administration is an ongoing concern, as only a small number of nations have mature land information systems, and few others have some for of land administration capability in place. Location is a crucial aspect […]

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