Intergraph has released SmartPlant Fusion to specifically tackle the challenges faced by plant operators and
Digital Surveys, a specialist in the capture of spatial data has purchased the first Leica ScanStation P20 in the UK. The recently launched ScanStation P20 is the world’s first ultra-high speed laser scanner to deliver unprecedented 3D point quality and productivity.
Merrick & Company won first place in the civil/survey category of the “High Definition Surveying (HDS) Plan” contest, hosted by Leica Geosystems.
Leica Geosystems is seeking papers for its three (3) tracks at Hexagon 2012, 4-7 June 2012, at the MGM Grand Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Leica Geosystems announced the largest ever order of Leica ScanStation C10’s as UK Police Forces embrace High Definition SurveyingTM (HDS). The scanners will be supplied as part of a £2.7 million investment from the Department of Transport to reduce motorway closures following a collision. Delivery of the instruments, full onsite training and support will commence later this month in readiness to help ease the potential traffic congestion caused by major collisions, especially in light of the forthcoming 2012 Olympics.
Point cloud tool box for AutoCad Undet will be introduced by JSC InfoEra at Intergeo 2011. Undet is entry-level point cloud processing software for object analysis, 2D drafting and 3D modeling. With just a core feature set Undet will let you manage and use point clouds quickly and easily without extensive training.
Leica Geosystems welcomes customers and partners from around the world to Hexagon 2011, taking place from June 6 -9 at the Orlando World Center Marriot Resort in Orlando, Florida. In its inaugural year, Hexagon 2011 brings together the latest technologies and user communities from Leica Geosystems, Z/I Imaging, as well as Intergraph, and Hexagon Metrology in one location to provide attendees with an user experience of unprecedented scope and value.
Leica Geosystems announces a major update to Cyclone II TOPO, version 2.0 at SPAR 2011 International conference from 21 to 24 March. The new version automates the previously time-consuming process of creating accurate ground surfaces (TINs or meshes) from rich High-Definition Survey (HDS) point clouds. Now, users can create these surfaces in minutes instead of hours or even days.
Inaugural Hexagon 2011 international conference to deliver unprecedented quality and value Conference combines Intergraph, ERDAS, Leica Geosystems and Hexagon Metrology technologies to better serve global customer base.