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Bluesky to 3D Laser Map Environmental Features in Ireland

Working on behalf of the Geological Survey of Ireland (GSI) and state forestry company Coillte, Bluesky is capturing 185,000 hectares of high resolution LiDAR data in Ireland. Using aircraft mounted lasers, the resulting 3D maps will be used to inform various protection schemes for Clean Drinking Water and Ireland’s adoption of the EU...

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Pythagoras 15 officially released

Pythagoras 15 is officially released with a lot of cool new features like automated point cloud vectorization, classification of point cloud, enhanced DTM performance, updated profiling tools and general performance upgrade.

Pythagoras 15 supports a variety of import formats, which form the start of any project and provides incredibly powerful drawing and calculation tools, allowing handling...
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GEO Business 2017 launches Free workshops

GEO Business has unveiled its cutting edge commercial workshop programme for 2017. Featuring more than 80 workshops from 200 international exhibitors, GEO Business is expected to attract over 3,000 visitors from around the world. Held at the Business Design Centre in London, UK on 23-24 May, the workshops and exhibition are all free to attend.

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Virtually no other sector is growing and becoming more professional at a faster rate than UAS (unmanned aerial systems). The focus has long since moved beyond technical aspects such as drone hardware or software. The acquisition of attractive startups such as MAVINCI and Ascending Technologies by global players like Intel in 2016, and the great...

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