Tag Archives: RIEGL

xyHt Weekly News Links: 07/31/20

Riegl Provides High Performance with 3D Laser Scanning Technology for HLR Carlson Announces Next-Generation BRx7 GNSS Receiver Fugro begins extensive site characterisation for ScottishPower Renewables’ East Anglia Hub Woolpert Selected by National Safe Skies Alliance to Develop UAS Response Guidebook for Airports Pearson VUE enters agreement with National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying...

xyHt Weekly News Links: 07/24/20

Geo Week announces 2021 dates in Denver, CO FAA and Switzerland Agree to Drone Safety Standards Contest for Drone-based Application Ideas Cepton Continue Global Expansion Emesent Launches Innovative Underground Drone Flight Terrestrial Laser Scanning with Real-Time Data Analytics for Avalanche Forecasting TDI-Brooks Completes Two (2) Environmental Post-Operations Surveys (EPOS) in Mexico GPI Geospatial Expands Airborne...

Mobile Mapping Evolves

Image above: A colorized point cloud from a subway collect in Los Angeles, California. Credit: Joe Feyder, PLS, R.E.Y Engineers, INC., and John Jaramillo, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority. While lidar has been a standard geospatial tool for many years, the requirements of companies using it have been rapidly changing and evolving. Therefore, lidar...

Seen at Intergeo

xyHt staff were out in force at the world’s largest geospatial conference in Frankfurt in October, and here’s what we saw of special interest.   Riegl’s Big 4-0 Riegl celebrated its 40th anniversary at Intergeo. Pictured here are Jim Van Rens and Dr. Riegl, the company’s founder. New Vector Extraction in 3D Extraction of useful information...

Assessing the Potential

UAS-based Topobathymetric Lidar Surveys Understanding stream channel and floodplain morphology is critical for a number of efforts—from hydraulic modeling and stream-restoration design to aquatic habitat assessment. These applications require description of conditions both inside the channels and in the adjacent riparian zones. Gathering these data has typically relied on individuals on the ground or in...