Low and Slow: Helicopter-based Lidar for Snow & Ice Observations

Adam LeWinter – Research Physical Scientist and Lidar Team Lead US Army Corps of Engineers  Engineer Research & Development CenterCold Regions Research & Engineering LaboratoryRemote Sensing & GIS Center of Expertise72 Lyme RdHanover, NH 03755 Where there are glaciers and deep, persistent snow, you’ll almost always find equally impressive topography: high-relief mountainous terrain, glacial carved valleys, dense forest. Navigating and […]

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The Coordinate Metrology Society Conference – New Orleans, July

The Coordinate Metrology Society Conference Heads for New Orleans, July 20 – 24, 2020 Registration is Now Open for the 36th Annual Conference of the Coordinate Metrology Society Weatherford, TX – March 2, 2020 – The Coordinate Metrology Society® (CMS) today announced registration is open for their 36th annual Coordinate Metrology Society Conference (CMSC) to be held July 20 – 24, in New Orleans, LA. […]

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Draper Unveils LiDAR with MEMS Beamsteering Technology

DRAPER UNVEILS LIDAR WITH MEMS BEAMSTEERING TECHNOLOGY FOR AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Dec. 12, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — LiDAR, short for light detection and ranging, is often considered the primary sensor for self-driving cars, given its ability to create high definition maps of the surrounding environment. LiDAR provides a three-dimensional point cloud of a car’s surroundings by measuring how long light takes to travel […]

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360-degree camera provides ground-based imaging – weather disasters

360-degree camera provides ground-based imaging following weather disasters iSTAR Pulsar used by Site Tour 360 to document damage after hurricane and tornado Edinburgh, UK & Gainesville, FL – May 16, 2019 – NCTech, a developer of reality imaging systems, today announced that its iSTAR Pulsarcamera system is being used to document damage following extreme weather events. In the aftermath of natural disasters, […]

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