Tag Archives: lidar

xyHt Weekly News Links: 08/21/20

ATLAS and BlackSky Harness Expanded Earth Observation Capabilities Using LiDAR from a Drone for Detailed Mapping of Hard-to-Reach Locations Phase One and Acecore Integrate Camera and Drone Technologies GNSS RTK Rover with Visual Positioning Simplifies Surveying UAS TO Launch Navigation Satellites New Esri Textbooks for Spatial Education

xyHt Weekly News Links: 8/14/20

TDI-Brooks Maps the Liberty Ship Reef Site George Vancouver Introducing the FARO Trek METALCON Update Helicopter-based Lidar for Snow and Ice Observations 3D Modeling for Construction: Lidar vs. Photogrammetry AerialSphere Next-Gen Mapping Technology May Change How Consumers Experience Real Estate Iceland Space Agency: Mirroring the Environment on the Moon and Mars!

xyHt Weekly News Links: 5/29/2020

*Click here to visit xyHt’s Virtual Trade Show* How you Build Automated CAD-GIS Workflows 5 Questions on the Synergy of BIM and GIS Commercial UAV Expo Europe 2020 Goes Virtual Integrating UAV-based Lidar and Photogrammetry ASPRS Geo Week Goes Virtual Chinese Surveyors Reach Everest Peak

Sponsored: GreenValley International Releases Handheld Mobile LiBackpack C50 to Meet Demands for More Sophisticated and Affordable 3D Mapping Systems

GreenValley International, a 3D mapping hardware integrator and software developer for processing point cloud data, announced the release of its latest handheld mobile LiDAR scanner, the LiBackpack C50. The LiBackpack C50 features a 360° panoramic camera along with the LiDAR and SLAM integration mainstays and was developed in response to increasing demand across a variety...

In The News: A Geospatial Year at Woolpert 2017-2018

Woolpert has been in business for 107 years, building a strong, broad-based foundation through engineering, surveying, mapping, photogrammetry, lidar collection, GIS, etc., to provide the most comprehensive geospatial support in the industry. In the past year alone our work in each of these sites, represented by these red dots, were spotlighted in the press. They...