This interesting story comes to us via LiDAR Magazine… LiDAR and Imagery is Now Widely Used for Airport Mapping – In FY 2007, the FAA issued three Advisory Circulars to provide guidance for the collection and submission of aeronautical data and to identify the FAA’s GIS data model for airport-related data.
Via our partner site at LiDAR Magazine… In FY 2007, the FAA issued three Advisory Circulars to provide guidance for the collection and submission of aeronautical data and to identify the FAA’s GIS data model for airport-related data.
AllTerra Deutschland GmbH is the Trimble Center of Competence for Northern and Eastern Germany, and represents Trimble´s Geospatial, Marine and GIS divisions in the region using their mobile mapping solutions as well as all sorts of Geospatial products for several years on various projects all around Germany.
A feature of interest from LiDAR Magazine looks at the topic of the sharing economy and geospatial services.
From the recent American Surveyor Magazine…
I was invited to come and take a look at the industries latest conference for drones. Spar group, long known as a provider of quality trade shows did not disappoint with this inaugural event. The UAV Expo was held in Las Vegas October 5-7.
A special LiDAR feature contribution from the February 2015 edition of LiDAR Magazine…
I attended, as well as presented at Trimble Dimensions this year. More than 4,200 professionals from 83 countries took in the seventh edition of this conference. A good increase over the 3,500 from the event’s last gathering two years ago.
The Contour Connection Method: Inventorying and Classifying Landslides using Bare Earth Lidar
Cloud computing is not quite as omnipresent as the computer in Star Trek, but…give it time. Cloud computing, or “the cloud,” is an interconnected group of powerful computers that collectively store data redundantly, host various services, and provide security. To the geospatial community, the cloud has already proven itself by acting as a password-protected hub […]