Monthly Archives: February 2014

Day 2 ILMF 2014 #ILMF14

The second is the Riegl VUX-1 which is being offered as the first survey-grade UAS laser scanner. Continue reading

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Day 1 at ILMF 2014

discussed the idea of certification of LiDAR professionals, much like the idea of a certified photogrammetrist. Continue reading

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ILMF 2014 LiDAR Magazine

The first 2014 issue of LiDAR News magazine is now available just in time for ILMF 2014. Continue reading

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Queensland Police to Use the Zeb1

Queensland, Australia Police are the first law enforcement agency in the world to use the Zeb 1 handheld scanning technology, according to Police Commissioner Stewart. Continue reading

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World’s Most Powerful LiDAR Chip

At the heart of the new imaging system is a microchip bearing the largest-ever array of pixels that detect just one photon apiece Continue reading

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3D Market To Grow at Over 20% CAGR

They are projecting that the 3D technology market will reach $175 billion by 2020 which equates to a CAGR (combined annual growth rate) of 21%. Continue reading

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Underwater LIDAR Research Project

Michael is also seeking new partners who might like to get involved and that will perhaps lead to some additional funding opportunities. Continue reading

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Sketchfab

So the next time you want to share that 3D model with your client or friends give it a try and let us know what you think. Continue reading

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ILMF 2014 in One Week

So if you have been waiting for those last minute deals on airfare the time is running out. Continue reading

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Time Scanners on the National Geographic Channel

Time Scanners, presented by Dallas Campbell, unlocks the secrets of the world’s most iconic engineering feats using cutting-edge, 3D laser scanning technology Continue reading

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