Monthly Archives: August 2011

Laser Scanning and Sawmills

Turns out that 3-D laser scanning is also revolutionizing the wood products industry Continue reading

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Informative Mobile LiDAR Video

I found the labeling in this video from Teccon Mobile Mapping to be very helpful in understanding the different visualization techniques being applied. Continue reading

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Mobile Data Collection Update

Network level asset management projects tend to be better suited to Video GPS technology based systems as opposed to LiDAR. Continue reading

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Mobile Data Collection Contract

As evidence of the growing acceptance of mobile LiDAR data collection, Fugro Roadware was recently awarded a SHRP 2- Strategic Highway Research Program 2 contract for $3 million over 2 years. The task order is for the collection of roadway … Continue reading

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LiDAR and Height Modernization Webinar

LiDAR and Height Modernization Webinar Continue reading

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New 3D/4D Visualization Platform

It’s an impressive sounding package with support for LiDAR among other types of imagery. Continue reading

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LiDAR Links for Mappers

A highly ranked website is LiDAR Links for Mappers. Continue reading

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Laser Scanned Data and Bounds

A question has come up concerning how to interpret the way the subcommittee defined the bounds of a laser scan in the recently approved ASTM E57 data exchange format. Continue reading

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Diverse Laser Scanning Firm

A quick visit to the home page reveals 6 major areas of practice, many of which involve laser scanning. Continue reading

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More on Augmented Reality

“What if we had the 3D model or the point cloud for the above ceiling, or below ground utilities on a tablet or smart phone?” Continue reading

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