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Apple's LiDAR Scanner

Apple’s LiDAR Scanner a game-changer in scanning technology?

Apple’s newest innovation, the ‘breakthrough LiDAR Scanner’ for the 2020 iPad pro model, is a first in the mobile industry – patented...
GEOBIM Maturity Model

What is the GEOBIM Maturity Model?

Integrated geospatial and BIM (GEOBIM) solutions are becoming an emerging reality and an ‘accepted’ definition across the construction lifecycle. As digital construction...

Broaden your perspective with the new UltraCam Osprey 4.1

The next generation UltraCam Osprey 4.1 is Vexcel’s highly versatile large-format aerial camera for the simultaneous collection...

How Cessna fixed-wing aircraft provides accuracy in the Alps

When a Cessna fixed-wing aircraft took off over an Austrian alpine region on an early morning day...

LiDAR Articles

Geospatial to protect our global village

The world is changing before our eyes — and it is not the way we planned. In December 2019, there was a news about...

Mapping for the future of mobility

LiDAR is an enabler in many areas and will drive the development of autonomous driving, smart city applications, robotics, drones, and many more. Most...

Geospatial Empowering Tech Transformation

In the field of geospatial, technology is merging with almost everything to empower the processes. Self-driving cars, UAVs, Wearables, Augmented Reality, Internet of Things all use...

LiDAR Videos

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What are the technology trends and business directions in geospatial industry?

As we usher in the fourth industrial age, the geospatial industry ecosystem is leveraging and enhancing its value to larger IT and...
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What is Active and Passive Remote Sensing?

Watch it on YouTube There are two types of remote sensing technology, active and passive remote sensing. Active sensors emit energy in order to scan objects and...
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NASA video shows Greenland ice cover could completely disappear

In the next 200 years, the ice sheet model shows that melting at the present rate could contribute up to 63 inches to global...

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