Monthly Archives: July 2014

Using LiDAR to Understand Drought Effects

This drought’s severity and extent was greater than any other drought that had occurred in the region during the previous 500 years Continue reading

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Intelligent 3D Highways

Autonomous and driverless vehicles will require 3D intelligent highways to improve safety and efficiency. Continue reading

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Global 3D Scanning Market to Grow at 12.4% CAGR

The market would remain to be dominated by the North American and European region, collectively contributing to more than two third of the global revenue share. Continue reading

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Automated Vehicles – Autos vs. Computers

Brad Templeton explains in this thought provoking article that there are two cultures who are thinking about automated vehicles. Continue reading

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Using LiDAR to Measure Farm Air Quality

“It lets us see what’s going on from many dimensions.” Continue reading

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rFpro Delivers Driving Simulation Solutions

A quick introduction to rFpro showing highlights of the latest (2014) build of the Nordschleife Continue reading

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Oregon Cities Partner on LiDAR Data Collection

DOGAMI uses Quantum Spatial, a geo-mapping company with a Portland office, to gather the data. Continue reading

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LiDAR Used to Quantify Carbon Stored in Hedgerows

Secondly, it also quantifies one of the key ecosystem services of hedgerows in taking up carbon dioxide and storing it as biomass. Continue reading

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USGS to Host Briefing: Safer Communities, Stronger Economies – in 3D

The USGS is doing an excellent job of selling the benefits and value of LiDAR-derived 3D information. Continue reading

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Cost of LiDAR Sensors an Issue for Driverless Market

I was interviewed and quoted in this article published today in the Wall Street Journal entitled, “Laser Eyes Pose Price Hurdle for Driverless Cars.” Continue reading

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