Tag Archives: Navigation

GPS Declassified – From Smart Bombs to Smart Phones

Richard Easton contacted me just about a year ago to compliment Paul Ceruzzi on his work in “GPS” and to encourage me to read his book “GPS Declassified: From Smart Bombs to Smart Phones. Both of these would be an … Continue reading

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Hydrographic and Lidar Survey Summer School

I received an email over the weekend from Denis Hains (former Hydrographer General of Canada retired in 2018) alerting me to a Hydrographic and Lidar Survey International Summer School. It is going to take place May 26 to June 7 … Continue reading

Posted in 3D Modeling, airborne LiDAR, bathymetric, Data, Education, Environmental, Forestry, GIS, GNSS, GPS, Hydrographic LiDAR, Lidar, Mapping, Photogrammetry, point clouds, remote sensing, Research, topography, training | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Indoor Mapping and Navigation

There is a huge potential market, some say for indoor mapping and navigation of public spaces. The problem has been the hardware. NavVis is a German start-up that thinks they have the solution. They say that they offer high-quality 3D-scanning … Continue reading

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