Tag: 3D laser scanning
In collaboration with University College London, 3D Laser Mapping has announced their first ever laser scanning product showcase.
Trimble announced Trimble RealWorks version 8.0 software that includes a new 3D database engine, automated targetless registration
AVEVA announced its publication of a new business paper - Seeing Through the Fog
AVEVA and Trimble announced that they are collaborating to provide an efficient integration between Trimble's 3D laser scanning solutions and AVEVA's laser scanning software solutions
Laser specialist Measurement Devices (MDL) has announced the launch of their new Technical Services website. The new site is set to broaden this rapidly expanding company’s horizon as MDL will not only be offering product sales and service, but a complete package of technical and project support, as part of its mission to be a complete solutions provider to its customers.
Leica Geosystems announces Leica Cyclone v7.3.2 that fully supports the recently released ASTM E57 standard for 3D Imaging data exchange, which includes 3D laser scanning systems. This capability facilitates direct import and export of laser scan “as-built” data and related digital imagery from different types of laser scanning systems into and between different types of point cloud processing software. This general type of laser scan and image data exchange process using vendor-specific or other neutral formats can sometimes otherwise be problematic.
Plowman Craven has now procured one of the UK’s first Leica HDS7000 ultra high speed scanner to ensure the best combination of speed and accuracy for its measurement survey solutions.
A collision reconstruction exercise using 3D laser scanning staged at Silverstone by Leica Geosystems showed police officers how the technology is being used to accurately record and process the data from the scene for evidence recording and presentation in court.
As 3D laser scanning vehicles become an ever more frequent sight on our streets following the adoption of mobile mapping by local governments, environmental agencies, surveyors and consumer mapping websites - interest in the vehicles’ capability has surged in recent years.