Monthly Archives: September 2011

Using LiDAR to Inventory Street Lights

In this blog post they provide a great overview of how they used Mobile LiDAR to inventory street lights in El Paso, Texas. Continue reading

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USGS CLICK Gets Reprieve

We are pleased to announce that we have secured funding to keep CLICK up and running until January 1, 2012. Continue reading

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USGS CLICK is Shutting Down

In a shocking email from the CLICK team at the USGS they just announced that they will be ceasing all operations on October 1. Continue reading

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Riegl LiDAR 2012

RIEGL USA will host the first RIEGL International Airborne and Mobile Conference, “RIEGL LiDAR 2012″, in Orlando, Florida. Continue reading

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No More Demos

Furthermore this industry veteran pointed out that mobile LiDAR is just the next step in the evolution of data collection for transportation. Continue reading

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Gazing Into the Future

Fred Persi recently provided an article entitled, “Gazing Into the Future”. Fred is one of the most experienced people in the laser scanning business. Continue reading

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Laser Operator Certificate

In New York State, anyone who operates a laser unit must be certified by the NYS Department of Labor Continue reading

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Hexagon User Conference 2011 Review

Just a quick heads up for those that might be interested, American Surveyor has published a detailed review of the recent Hexagon User Conference 2011. Continue reading

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Why Digital Heritage is Different

In the digidoc world 3D data is just the beginning of the documentation process. The real goal is to re-create cultural heritage, not provide dimensionally accurate 3D images. Continue reading

Posted in Education, Historic Preservation | 3 Comments

Day 1 at DigiDoc 2011

My first and probably most important takeaway is that there is a very large market for digital heritage and documentation in Europe and perhaps other countries outside the USA. Continue reading

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