The nomination period for the prestigious Lidar Leader Awards closes after Friday, December 13
Free Webinar – From Mechanical to Solid State LiDAR, Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 2 PM EST / 11 AM PST
Developer Paul McKee, Jr./M Property Services Advance Vision for St. Louis Geospatial Intelligence Hub with NGA Groundbreaking – NorthSide Regeneration development plans include GEOINT Village in the Innovation District
November 2019. “WCS is the natural way to deliver and exploit coverage data”, Jordi Escriu (Cartographic and Geologcal Institut of Catalonia/Spain) said at the beginning of the hands-on workshop “Implementation of INSPIRE Coverages” helt in Helsinki/Finland.
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GOLDEN, Colorado, 3 December 2019 – Golden Software, a developer of affordable 2D and 3D scientific modeling packages, has enhanced Gridding and other key workflows in the latest release of its Surfer® software. Used by 100,000 clients worldwide, Surfer is a gridding, contouring and 3D surface mapping application used in environmental consulting, mining, oil & gas […]
Montreal, Canada, December 3rd, 2019 – SimActive Inc., a world-leading developer of photogrammetry software, announces a new LiDAR workflow integrated in its Correlator3D™ product.
The following training will be offered via SimActive for those professionals interested in the combination of LiDAR with imagery – everything LiDAR is trending right now and this webinar subject will interest many!
November 20, 2019 – National States Geographic Information Council (NSGIC) has been awarded $300,000 by the bipartisan Democracy Fund Voice organization for the second phase of NSGIC’s Geo-Enabled Elections project.
GOLDEN, Colorado, 19 November 2019 – A historical archaeologist made a surprising discovery about daily life in an 1800s gold mining town by mapping artifacts in the Surfer scientific modeling package from Golden Software. Artifact distribution maps indicate Highland City, Montana, may have been a well-integrated town for its time.