BATHYMETRY OF SHALLOW WATERS paper WINS best of 2019!

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JOINT SCIENTIFIC ARTICLE ON LIDAR FOR BATHYMETRY OF VERY SHALLOW WATERS, UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF RIEGL, WINS ISPRS BEST PAPER OF 2019! Every year the ISPRS (International Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing) chooses the Best Paper of the Year from the wide range of publications in the ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing. For 2019, this award goes to the […]

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RIEGL HELPS CREATE 3D CITY MAP FOR “SMART” HONG KONG

RIEGL VMQ-1HA HELPS CREATE A 3D CITY MAP FOR AN INNOVATIVE, SUSTAINABLE AND “SMART” HONG KONG Editor’s Note:News.gov.hk  shared an article in their Infrastructure & Logistics section recently that highlights a comprehensive mapping project underway in Hong Kong. The RIEGL VMQ-1HA is one of the key tools being used on this next generation of Hong Kong city mapping. The Lands Department of […]

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WEBINAR SERIES – RIEGL ‘ULTIMATE LIDAR’ – Free !!

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RIEGL ULTIMATE LIDAR WEBINAR SERIES – RIEGL will be hosting a series of FREE webinars in the month of April. April 2020 Schedule Learn more about the latest in LiDAR applications, workflows and new products without ever leaving your office! Click the images below to register for FREE these informative RIEGL webinars. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about […]

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3D Historic Preservation and Landscape Architecture – A Powerful Combination

Thomas J. Elmore began his formal education by earning an Associates degree from Colombia-Greene Community College, while living in my hometown of Catskill, NY. As they say, it’s a small world. After going on to earn his BS and MS in Landscape Architecture and  3D Historic Preservation, Thomas J. Elmore began Elmore Design Collaborative, LLC, Historical Landscape Architecture, in 1999. […]

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Minimum Effective Dose of 3D Accuracy is Needed

Day in and day out reality capture solutions seem to be appearing out of thin air with solutions pushing the level of accuracy into tighter tolerances while at the same time a newer breed of less accurate solutions are emerging at considerably less cost. Tony Sabat borrows the concept of minimum effective dose from the medical industry to explain an […]

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Top 3D-scanning Firm Selected for Scottsdale Renovation Project

Eco3d has been selected by Structured Real Estate Partners to provide 2D and 3D deliverables as solutions for an adaptive reuse renovation of a Scottsdale church. The structure, called Meetinghouse at 3080, will be converted into commercial office and retail space, according to a press release. Eco3d is a portfolio company of Ecoark Holdings, Inc. that measures existing topographic, structural, […]

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Comparing Aerial Photogrammetry and 3D Laser Scanning

In the last decade, the evolution in computing power – both in CPUs and GPUs – has allowed the development of photogrammetry software that can turn a set of photos of an object, such as a building, into a 3D model. These software products compete with laser scanners, which are widely used throughout design, construction, and operations of infrastructure assets […]

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What Services Are You Selling?

Test Calling all laser scanning service providers out there!!  Test time!  I need you to answer the following question—and please answer honestly since nobody is going to grade your paper: What are you selling? Naw, I don’t mean the aerial mapping, laser scanning, modeling, BIM, etc.; I am asking a simple question that everyone on your team should be able […]

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