Monthly Archives: June 2012

CyArk, NPS and Mt. Rushmore

The app features a virtual tour of the Mountain Sculpture and park grounds, as well as selected 3D content resulting from the laser scanning of the park. Continue reading

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ArboLiDAR

This event will focus on the application of LiDAR to numeric forest inventory – sounds like they may be as advanced at this as anyone. Continue reading

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Mobile Mapping Supports Outdoor Advertising Management

After an extensive review of the available options, mobile mapping was selected as the clear winner. Continue reading

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Trimble Survey Student Competition

As somewhat of a follow up to the last post on attracting students to the industry I wanted to call attention to Trimble’s Survey Student Paper Competition. Continue reading

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Attracting Students to 3D Laser Scanning

With the exception of the outstanding Geomatics program at Oregon State University and a few others there are not a lot of options for students that might be attracted to 3D laser scanning. Continue reading

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Another Low Cost LIDAR Project

These LIDAR experiments are showing us the future direction of the industry. Continue reading

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An Interesting Heritage Blog

The author provides an interesting discussion of a laser scanning project he is working on in the UK. Continue reading

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Laser-scanning ‘Archeo-Robot’

Interesting article on a laser scanning robot used to map ancient sewer in Rome. Continue reading

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Surphaser and Rapidform Sign 3D Scanning Solutions Agreement

I found this press release to be very interesting in that it is a combination of the metrology and longer range scanning worlds. Continue reading

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Paying for Content

BTI – Before the Internet most people expected to pay for content, whether it be in the form of a publication or some type of training/workshop. Continue reading

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