Monthly Archives: May 2014

Inexpensive LiDAR Developed

The UC Berkeley device has the potential to be integrated into a chip-scale package. Continue reading

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The Benefits of Laser Scanning for Industrial Plant Design

It’s extremely well researched and written which makes it a valuable read a number of years later. Continue reading

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High Resolution 3D Terrain Data System

Army engineers are also working with industry to improve the capability tenfold. Continue reading

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15th Annual JALBTCX Airborne Coastal Mapping and Charting Workshop

He commented, “This is an outstanding workshop for coastal/bathymetric lidar.” Continue reading

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Hexagon 2014 is Next Week

I will be covering the event with an emphasis on the geosystems track, however there are actually six tracks including a new one – Synergy Solutions. Continue reading

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LiDAR Supports Assessing in Pinellas County Florida

rates still can go up 5 percent to 18 percent a year, meaning some homes could be stuck with unaffordable policies within a few years. Continue reading

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Quantifying BIM Benefits

Thinking a bit more broadly today, here is a very well written article in Sourceable┬áthat takes a very honest and critical look at quantifying the benefits of BIM – building information modeling and by association 3D. The bottom line is … Continue reading

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Laser Scanning Used to Reconstruct D-Day Invasion

As we approach the 70th anniversary of this incredible battle it is important to remember the sacrifices that were made that day. Continue reading

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Precision Ag to be Largest UAV Market

As I noted in a previous blog post the promise of precision ag has been around since GPS became widely available in the early 1990’s. Continue reading

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Laser Scanning Article Wins Prize

After reading an article about laser scanning, Dudley suggested using laser technology to find and destroy landmines. Continue reading

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