Monthly Archives: July 2019

High Powered Laser Scanner Can See Around Corners

Through the use of a high powered, non-line-of-sight laser researchers at Stanford University are demonstrating the ability to see around corners. I wonder what the safety issues are with this new laser camera. From an article in Physics.org by Taylor … Continue reading

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TRB AFB80 Summer Meeting 2019 – Some Highlights

This past weekend’s heat wave in New Hampshire prepped me for the weather in Daytona, Fl at the TRB AFB80 summer meeting, but it was still HOT. Although I was not able to attend the morning presentations on Tuesday, the … Continue reading

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Can’t Imagine What Jonah Lehrer Was Thinking

I can’t imagine what Jonah Lehrer was thinking when he decided to ruin his career as a journalist and author, by making up quotes for his best seller Imagine. First of all apologies to all the readers of the original … Continue reading

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Elon Musk Claims the Teslas Will Become Urban Robo-Cars

Elon Musk is promising to provide a software update to all Tesla’s with a “full self-driving” suite for urban environs, he claims. The systems will still require full driver attention. Looks like he is going to play the safety statistics … Continue reading

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Silicon Photonics Lidar Sensor Can Balance on a Pin

Voyant Photonics claims they have a lidar sensor, based on the use of silicon photonics that is so small it can balance on the head of a pin. Now this is where things start to get interesting. FromĀ  an article … Continue reading

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3D Modeling is Improving Productivity in Construction

By now most people have heard of 3D modeling and how it is revolutionising entertainment industries such as film, video games, and social media for special effects. From an article in BestinAU by Luke Fitzpatrick. But you may not be … Continue reading

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3D Positional Uncertainty and Accuracy Webinar Recap

The webinar on 3D positional uncertainty and accuracy seemed to be well received. There was an excellent level of registrations. Attendance was good and the request for additional information were amazing. For those who were unable to register click here … Continue reading

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Specifications and Classification Standards – There is a Difference

I was nervous yesterday about my webinar presentation on 3D survey accuracy and positional uncertainty specifications and standards. It’s a complicated subject and I knew there would be a number of smarter and more experienced people than me in the … Continue reading

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3D Accuracy Webinar Preview – You Can Still Register

If you are not aware, Lidar News is hosting an educational webinar today at 2PM EDT on the subject of specifying 3D accuracy. This important event is co-sponsored by Paracosm and the USIBD. To register click here. A lot of … Continue reading

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UAS Center of Excellence Will Be Lead by NUAIR

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced a wide ranging series of economic development partnerships between New York State and Israel that includes a UAS Center of Excellence. The administration and several major New York health care institutions have signed a … Continue reading

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