Lidar, Laser Scanning GeoData Product News

International LiDAR Mapping Forum Accepting Papers

Abstracts welcome for the 2016 event by Sept. 1, 2015.


3 days and 23 hours ago

LizardTech Rolls Out GeoExpress 9.5

GeoExpress helps with compression and manipulation of satellite, arial imagery.


one week and 3 days ago

RIEGL USA To Attend MAPPS 2015 Summer Conference

RIEGL CEO James Van Rens will discuss next-gen LiDAR technology on conference panel.


4 weeks and 2 days ago

HDS Virtual Classroom To Sharpen Laser Scanning Skills

Leica Geosystems launches online training, taught by seasoned laser scanning experts.


one month and 2 weeks ago

Leica Geosystems Announces 2015 HDS Plan Contest Winners

Six entries walked away as winners in building/heritage, civil/survey, plant/marine categories.


one month and 2 weeks ago

3D Laser Scanning, LiDAR Prove Successful on Major Ohio Bridge Project

KS Associates captured large amounts of data, reduced site visits, minimized traffic impact, maximized safety.


about one month and 3 weeks ago

British Cavers Scan Largest Chambers in the World

Interesting projects were in abundance at the recent RIEGL LiDAR conferences in Hong Kong and Guangzhou, China, but cave explorers seemed to capture everyone’s attention. Andy Eavis and Richard Walters, of the British Caving Association, discussed their project during a user session in Hong Kong and also offered a keynote presentation at the start of the Guangzhou conference.

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2 months and one week ago

International LiDAR Mapping Forum Keynotes Announced

Dr. Ronald M. Sega, Woodward Professor of Systems Engineering and Director of Graduate Studies in Systems Engineering at Colorado State University, and Gretchen West, vice president, Business Development and Regulatory Affairs at DroneDeploy, will deliver keynote addresses at International LiDAR Mapping Forum (ILMF). The 15th annual technical conference and exhibition will take place Feb. 23-25, 2015 in Denver.


5 months and 2 weeks ago

When Will Self-Driving Cars Become Mainstream?

Although Google’s driverless car continues to be road tested with some impressive results, and research firms like Boston Consulting Group estimate that the first commercial driverless cars could appear in 2017, with more widespread adoption coming a decade later, there are still significant issues that must be worked out before driverless cars can take to the road with an acceptable level of risk.

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5 months and 2 weeks ago

The New RIEGL VMZ Hybrid Mobile Laser Mapping System

Watch a video showcasing the latest technology from RIEGL.

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6 months and 3 days ago