The fact that we have more 3D imaging systems at our disposal than we know…
Author William Tompkinson
While technology providers continue to strive to provide tools that are faster, lighter, higher, this blog aims to look at what the implications might be on the value of a firm's solutions.
Now that the dust has settled on the largest user-meetings in our industry, Hexagon Live…
Regular readers of my blog should hopefully notice a trend when it comes to commentary…
Autonomous drones are making waves in the mining industry–but are they all they’re cracked up to be?
You don’t want to fall into the trap of choosing based on accuracy specifications.
ILMF keynotes: AI data processing is maturing fast in other industries–but is it right for geospatial applications?
Geo Week 2019’s keynotes offered two important lessons in how to process huge amounts of data.
Digital construction catches up and reality capture finally finds its business case
USIBD’s latest Cornerstone report shows that a construction industry taking to reality capture like a fish to water.
Are AR/VR headsets and domes worth the money? If all we are doing is looking at an environment or visualizing data, why do we need to walk around it–are our current solutions not enough?
More 3D solutions, more 3D problems.
An excellent presentation on UAV lidar mapping offers a “detox” to help users dial in their expectations–and select the right option for the job.