Monthly Archives: May 2013

Leica Jps Powered by Locata

This may be the revolutionary news that Hexagon has keeping us all on the edge of our seats about. Continue reading

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LiDAR Data Standards and CityGML

This could be an excellent opportunity for LiDAR data providers to open the discussion with this important group of professionals who are setting the standards for 3D cities. Continue reading

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International Journal of Heritage in the Digital Era – Call for Papers

The International Journal of Heritage in the Digital Era has two special issues in preparation: Continue reading

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HxGN LIVE Is Next Week

This is truly one of the most integrated metrology, geospatial and geomatics event that one can attend. Continue reading

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Laser Scanning Vibrometry

The operating principle is based on the Doppler effect, which occurs when light is back-scattered from a vibrating surface. Continue reading

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Illinois Clearinghouse Offers LiDAR Data

The Illinois Natural Resources Geospatial Data Clearinghouse recently announced the availability of DTMs, DEMs and Digital Surface Models for select counties in the state of Illinois Continue reading

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A Day to Remember

Here in the U.S. we are celebrating Memorial Day today. Continue reading

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DIY Time of Flight Scanner

This is the first test of the VirtuRange DIY LIDAR 3D Scanner. Continue reading

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3D Printers for Peace

The contest is a challenge to design things that advance the cause of peace. Continue reading

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The Difference Between Radar and LiDAR

The author is explaining the difference between Radar and LiDAR from the point of view of speed enforcement, but it’s the same physics Continue reading

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