Monthly Archives: March 2014

SPAR 2014 in Two Weeks – #SPAR2014

SPAR 2014 begins just two weeks from today in Colorado Springs, CO. with the first day devoted to a number of pre-conference sessions. Continue reading

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LiDAR-Lite Gets Funding

This lightweight, compact sensor could be disruptive especially in the consumer 3D space. Continue reading

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Ecologists Need a Space LiDAR

Having such data sets would advance ecosystem models of biodiversity as well as carbon cycling and many other aspects of the integrated Earth system. Continue reading

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EMAPS Mobile LiDAR

EMAPS is a new backpack mobile LiDAR developed at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab. Continue reading

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3D Printing sUASs

Now why didn’t I think of that? Take the two hottest technologies and combine them. Continue reading

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Local Planning and LiDAR

As the article points out county planning departments are not taking advantage of the maps that the State has prepared . Continue reading

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Riegl Supports NASA Snowpack Survey

The figures will answer a list of questions about mountain snowpack, said Tom Painter, NASA’s lead investigator for the mission. Continue reading

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LiDAR Magazine

With 80 pages this issue spans a wide range of 3D technology and business applications Continue reading

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Webinar Series Begins Today

We will be making the slides and the webinar available at the LiDAR News website in the next few days. I will post the links here. Continue reading

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ASPRS 2014 is this Week

The big news to start the week off is that the American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) will be hosting their 2014 conference this week in Louisville, Kentucky. Continue reading

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