RIEGL Laser Measurement Systems and Applanix Corporation announced that the Applanix AP50 GNSS-Inertial sensor system was successfully integrated with RIEGL’s VQ-820-GU
Laser scanning specialist 3D Laser Mapping has opened a new state of the art research and development centre strategically located close to their global headquarters in Nottingham, UK.
RIEGL USA has started off 2013 with a bang by completing its first VMX-450 sale within the first quarter of the year.
South African based engineering surveyors Trail Surveys (Pty), has purchased a state of the art laser scanner to improve quality control at the world’s largest coal fired power station.
Especially designed for ultra-long range applications in topography and mining, the new High-Speed, High-Accuracy Terrestrial Laser Scanner RIEGL VZ-6000 offers ultra-long measurement range of more than 6,000 m for static applications.
More than 100 participants from 17 nations came together in Orlando, Florida, February 28 through March 1 to attend RIEGL’s first International User Conference, dedicated to airborne and mobile users.
RIEGL USA will host the first RIEGL International Airborne and Mobile User Conference, “RIEGL LiDAR 2012”, in Orlando, Florida. The User Conference will be held on February 28th thru March 1st 2012 at the Hilton Orlando. Attendees will be offered three days of learning and networking sessions that cover various topics ranging from best practices to team building. These intensive sessions will provide an opportunity to optimize current systems’ investments through in-depth training and Q & A sessions. During this year's event, users will learn more about all the new and exciting instruments introduced by RIEGL at the INTERGEO 2011 Conference.
Police forces from across the UK gathered in Loughborough to see the latest developments in 3D laser scanning technology for crime scene and collision investigation. Organised by 3D Laser Mapping, the one day event attracted representatives from twelve police forces providing an introduction to laser scanning technology, an overview of recent developments in support of collision investigation and the chance to get hands-on with equipment already in use with one of the country’s largest Road Death Investigation Units.
RIEGL's International User Conference for Airborne, Mobile, Terrestrial and Industrial Users will be taking place in Vienna, Austria, June 25-27.