How do you create tools that meet specific needs without losing flexibility?
Wouldn’t it be great if someone would help you set up a drone capture system for geospatial applications?
Enter here for high-accuracy, low-cost drone survey.
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.
RIEGL offers high-quality lidar solutions that are purpose-built for a wide range of demanding applications.
Allvision: Connecting digital twins and ultra-intelligent data processing to change how we consume mobile 3D
Allvision’s platform hopes to make it possible for anyone to process mobile lidar and imagery data at scale. “We want to make it pretty much idiot proof to extract information from huge amounts of sensor data.”
Digital construction catches up and reality capture finally finds its business case
Shining 3D releases two high-res handheld 3D scanners, partners with Siemens PLM for advanced engineering software
The new Shining 3D and Siemens PLM software includes reverse engineering, generative design, and simulation together with a CAD tool, all in one platform.
Given that Bentley focuses a lot of its energy on civil infrastructure, an industry notoriously…
Virtual Surveyor is designed to help users create surveys from drone data. This week, the…
See how Ubisense focuses on the “95% of non-GIS users” within an enterprise that need simple, easy-to-use software tools to support business operations.
Most striking is myWorld’s ability to balance traditional mobile GIS functions with corporate business tools, which is an unthinkable concept for most enterprise GIS systems!