Monthly Archives: February 2013

Safe Software Offers LiDAR Data Webinar

The event takes place on Thursday February 28 at 8AM PST which means it will be available at a workable 4PM GMT for those in the UK. Continue reading

Posted in Data, Education, Software, training | 2 Comments

Mobile 3D Augmented Reality Solutions

My question is, “What is holding this market back?” Continue reading

Posted in Augmented reality, Business Development, Consumer | 2 Comments

Speeding Up LiDAR Data Processing with Graphics Card

Mark pointed out that recent developments in this technology have now made it possible to use fractals for point cloud compression. Continue reading

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Terrestrial Laser Scan (TLS) of Handcart Gulch Explores Rock Glaciers

The TLS work in this region will create a detailed map and characterization that will shed light on its glacial geomorphology Continue reading

Posted in Mapping | 2 Comments

Self-driving Car Given UK Test Run at Oxford University

The auto-drive system works by recognising where it is, based on a laser scanner on the front of the car, comparing its surroundings to its stored data. Continue reading

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LiDAR as Art 2 Contest Winners Announced

The winners of the GeoDigital LiDAR as Art 2 contest were recently announced at ILMF 2013. Continue reading

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ILMF 2013 Takeaways

The airborne LiDAR industry seems to be very healthy and stable. Continue reading

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GeoDigital and Google Announce Important Collaboration

In what I think may be a first, at least for ILMF a press conference was held today to announce a very important agreement to collaborate between GeoDigital and Google. Continue reading

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Day 1 ILMF 2013

The ILMF 2013 conference opened with a packed room (300+) for the ASPRS Hot Topics session. Continue reading

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Leap Motion Sensor

They are claiming to have 200 times more resolution than the Kinect. Continue reading

Posted in Consumer, Uncategorized | 1 Comment