Tag Archives: Velodyne

Weekly xyHt News Links: 04/20/2018

SimActive Automates Drone Data Processing Exact Metrology Introduces Artec Ray Laser Scanner Teledyne Optech to showcase its Airborne and Terrestrial survey systems at GEOINT 2018 ENGINEERSUPPLY ANNOUNCES NEW PRODUCTS FROM SCHONSTEDT SPAR 3D Expo & Conference 2018 Keynote Speakers Announced Trimble Announces New Field Solutions for Land and Construction Surveying New Indoor Mobile Mapping System...

Weekly xyHt News Links: 12/22/17

Newly Launched Seminar Programme at GEO Business 2018 Announce Call for Abstracts Bentley Institute Press Announces Availability of New BIM Publication: Plain Language BIM Topcon and Bentley Systems announce kick-off of Constructioneering Academy 3W-International – New Wankel engine 3W-180 SRE hybrid UAV Industry Outlook and Predictions for 2018 from Geo Jobe  International LiDAR Mapping Forum...

xyHt Weekly News Links: 11/3/17

Garmin® acquires Navionics® SimActive Automates Direct Georeferencing GeoSLAM Launches Time & Cost Saving 3D Mobile Laser Scanners at Dallas Fall BIM Forum 2017 Singapore International Robo Expo Returns Bigger in 2017: Showcasing Latest Robotics Innovations USDOT launches Drone Integration Pilot Program Velodyne LiDAR and BoE Systems Partner for Integrated UAV-Borne LiDAR in Geospatial Data Collection

Weekly xyHt News Links: 10/27/17

Septentrio launches the AsteRx-m2a and AsteRx-m2a UAS at Commercial UAV Expo WiBotic Announces a New Lightweight Onboard Charger Ideal for Wireless Charging of Smaller Drones Teledyne Oceanscience Introduces a new USV! Welcome to Z-Boat 1250! Solve Gas Detection Problems with Microdrones mdTector1000 CH4 Commercial UAV Expo and Drone World Expo Come Together in 2018  OGC...

A colorized point cloud taken with a UAV.

Unmanned Lidar in the Air

A discourse on UAV lidar from the perspectives of a vendor and a user. IS A UAV LIDAR SYSTEM REALISTIC? While UAV lidar is definitely a breakthrough for vendors and users alike, is it enough? Can UAV photogrammetry deliver what is really needed by the surveyor and engineer? Indeed it can, but only in part....