As laser scanners and digital cameras get better at capturing reality, the point clouds derived…
Accuracy specs are the most important thing to look at when you’re buying a new scanner… right?
Emesent releases Hovermap, a payload that turns your UAV into a powerful autonomous mapper (that doesn’t need GPS)
Combine a single lidar sensor and five years of R&D, and you’ll get a UAV payload that gives your drone advanced autonomous mapping super powers.
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.”
Look for improved auto-recognition, new subscription tiers, vector-object search function, and a lot more.
Cintoo’s clever processing method turns scans into surface models–and back again on the receiving end–to offer reality data on demand, and connect it seamlessly to your BIM.
Use the PX-80 as a standalone device in both indoor and outdoor environments, perform a full survey of a complex site without breaking out a second scanner.
Leica Geosystems’ Pegasus:Two Ultimate captures pro-grade 360° imagery that “pops” for smart city applications
The Pegasus:Two Ultimate refines the lidar mobile mapping solution, putting beautiful imagery up front for use by non-experts in smart city applications.
A new design, greatly improved flexibility, and an uptick in accuracy mean this linear-mode lidar can do almost any kind of regional data collect.
Drone solutions have an integration problem. Microdrones aims to fix it.
How Autodesk’s ReCap is staying up to speed with the latest trends in 3D capture tech.