Monthly Archives: April 2017

Velodyne Announces Solid State Sensor

Velodyne LiDAR Inc., a world leader is 3D real-time perception systems for autonomous vehicles, announced its new fixed-laser, solid-state Velarray™ LiDAR sensor, a cost-effective yet high-performance and rugged automotive product in a small form factor. With the Velarray sensor, which … Continue reading

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Geiger-mode Lidar Correction

The following is intended to correct an error in a previous post on this topic. I am sorry for the confusion. ” AGERpoint, Inc.™ is proud to announce the development of its new LiDAR sensor, the GML100.  The GML100 is … Continue reading

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TUC 2017

Certainty 3D’s 2nd TopoDOT User Conference is just 3 short weeks away. You don’t have to be a subscriber to attend this outstanding learning and networking event. TUC 2017 is being held at a local community college which includes a … Continue reading

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Tree Segmentation

Traditional methods for segmenting trees attempt to isolate prominent tree crowns from a lidar-derived canopy height model. This group of researchers have introduced a novel segmentation method, “layer stacking,” which slices the entire forest point cloud at 1-m height intervals … Continue reading

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Treesearch

Treesearch is an online system for sharing free, full text publications by Research and Development scientists in the US Forest Service. Included in Treesearch are scholarly works published by the agency as well as those published by others, including papers … Continue reading

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First Geiger-mode Lidar

AGERpoint, Inc.™ has developed the first Geiger-mode avalanche photodiode LiDAR. The GML100 unit offers multiple returns per flash per detector and a form factor that can be used across a wide array of industries and mobile settings. The acquisition software … Continue reading

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Scottish Power Using Lidar

Scottish Power is spending 36 million pounds to improve their vegetation management programs in Scotland and Wales. Part of the investment is going to the acquisition of airborne lidar. Guy Jefferson, SP Energy Networks distribution director, said: “Managing trees next … Continue reading

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