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ISPRS announces The Jack Dangermond Award

The International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing is proud to announce a new ISPRS award. Individual awards are presented during ISPRS Congresses to outstanding ISPRS scientists for their exceptional achievements. Many of these awards are donated by ISPRS Members. 

One of the awards - The U.V. Helava Award (2000) - is...

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3D Mapping at Scale for Autonomous Vehicles

Civil Maps, a developer of cognition systems for autonomous vehicles, announced the release of the Atlas DevKit platform, a hardware and software offering that enables the low-cost, real-time creation and conversion of sensor data into 3D semantic map data.

The reference kit, a car-mounted hardware unit and its companion software suite,...

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Geospatial Engineers of data-enabled Highways

Not so long ago the thought of remotely monitoring the condition and performance of the UK’s 7,000km network of trunk roads and motorways would have been the stuff of fantasy.

Today it is not only a reality but an integral part of driving efficiency into the sector. Think drones that can photograph...

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Wearable Mapping Technology Leica Pegasus:Backpack

What is wearable mapping technology? Cameras, laser sensors, and software worn on the back like a comfortable hiking backpack, keeping the user flexible to quickly navigate through any environment whilst capturing gigabytes of geospatial data. What are the potential applications? Let’s answer these questions by looking at case studies where wearable mapping technology...

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