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.
Measuring the Value
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.
2019: The year 3D data finally makes it through the full building lifecycle
Digital construction catches up and reality capture finally finds its business case
4 trends in AEC reality capture: Digging into USIBD’s latest report
USIBD’s latest Cornerstone report shows that a construction industry taking to reality capture like a fish to water.
Do AR/VR offer enough value to justify their own line item?
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?
You used to choose scanners, now you choose data-consolidation platforms
More 3D solutions, more 3D problems.
Detox: Not every UAV lidar sensor is right for your project
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.
3D in 2018: What to do with cheaper, lighter, smaller capture
“Die gleiche Prozedur wie jedes Jahr.” As I sit to write what is becoming my customary industry outlook for the…
The pressure is on: 3D capture must adapt to grow in AEC
To succeed and grow, the reality capture industry must start learning a lot more about how its customers work.