Category Archives: Indoor Mapping

Apple Granted Laser Scanning Patent

Is there any doubt where this is going? Continue reading

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Serpent Mounds

It’s our fifth of the year and I think you will agree it covers a wide variety of topics and interests 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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EMAPS Mobile LiDAR

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

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Google’s Project Tango

I am at a loss for words, so please help me describe the impact of this on our industry Continue reading

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MagicPlan is Hot

It’s the number one iPhone utility in 68 countries and iPad utility in 88 countries – impressive to say the least. Continue reading

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Zeb1 Wins Australian Innovation Award

3D Laser Mapping is commercializing the product as CSIRO continue with R & D. Continue reading

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Scanning the Mulu Caves

The results indicate a circle of 325m diameter can be fit into the floor plan of Sarawak Chamber. Continue reading

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Ground-Based Indoor Positioning

The article says that the real killer application for indoor positioning and navigation could be in robotics. Add a laser scanner and you have a powerful new 3D measurement device. Continue reading

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USIBD

The main issue is the lack of a professional group who can promote best practices in the documentation of existing buildings. Continue reading

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