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LiDAR News Magazine and SPAR 2014 Product Announcements

The latest edition of LiDAR News magazine is now available both online and in print. Continue reading

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SPAR 2014 Kicks Off

There are a number of new product announcements that we are holding until the conference opens, so be sure to keep in touch with LiDAR News. Continue reading

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Ike is Taking Orders for Spike

I blogged about this smart phone add on that allows you to make measurements with laser accuracy and create 3D models Continue reading

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New Indoor Mapping System

To my knowledge this will be the first time Sanborn has offered a sensor. Continue reading

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SPAR Previews Exhibitor Activities

It looks like there will be a number of exciting product announcements. Stay tuned – we will have our entire team there to bring you all of the breaking news. Continue reading

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NASA Develops First Double-Pulsed LiDAR

Precise measurements of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere are key to figuring out how to counter the planet-warming greenhouse gas. The Daily Press reports that engineers at NASA Langley Research Center say they have cracked the world’s first double-pulsed laser … Continue reading

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USIBD Requests Input on Standards

A tremendous amount of work has gone into this project – now it’s our turn to contribute. Continue reading

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Rockfalls and Landslides Analyzed Using LiDAR

Airborne and terrestrial LiDAR can be used to analyze both rock falls and landslides according to Chao Han the developer of VR Mesh. Continue reading

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Landslide Travelled at 60 mph

it is amazing to see how comfortable the reporter is with the use of LiDAR imagery. It’s going mainstream. Continue reading

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Laser Scanning Errors as Art

it actually foregrounds all the errors, where the equipment went wrong: a world of “mistaken measurements, confused surfaces and misplaced three-dimensional reflections Continue reading

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