Monthly Archives: May 2015

3D Camera Market Research

Brent Gelhar is working on a new 3D camera product concept and he is doing some market research Continue reading

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Comparing Single Tree Detection Methods

The study provides new insight regarding the potential and limits of tree detectio Continue reading

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Crowdsourced Restoration

To complete the project from scanning to drawings in hand, we need $42,000. Continue reading

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Lily Camera

There are few words to describe this – Lily the first throw-and-shoot camera. Continue reading

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Lidar, Radar and Sonar

Radar, sonar and lidar can determine an object’s distance, or range. For that measurement, time plays an important role. Continue reading

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Low Cost Centimeter Level GPS

This is not directly about laser scanning, but for many applications GPS (or GNSS) plays an important role in the overall workflow. It seems that a group of researchers at the University of Texas Austin have figured out a way … Continue reading

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Lidar Study of Sequoias

providing detailed information on the 3D structure of conifer and broadleaf forests in many research and applications projects.” Continue reading

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Snoopy Helps in Baltimore

This is the first time a LiDAR system has scanned riot damage, according to the Graham. Continue reading

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Lidar Seminar

LIDAR Applications to Support Engineers, Planners, Scientists and More Continue reading

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China Wrap Up

If you can figure out how to do business in China, as Riegl has done the opportunities are incredible. Continue reading

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