Lizardtech has continued with their tradition of annual software releases with the announced release of GeoExpress 9.5. The product was announced at esriuc and justifiably so, particularly given the attention that has been paid to LiDAR and the use of imagery at this year’s UC.
Company to showcase new features of GeoExpress 9.5
Find out how you can benefit from the new features of GeoExpress 9.5. The latest version of GeoExpress includes support for LiDAR compression, batch color balancing, multipolygon cropping and more.
The 2015 esriuc, much like the previous year or two, proved to me that users are very interested in LiDAR.
LiDAR (Light Detection And Ranging): A form of representation of 3D surfaces, Point cloud data, are usually produced by aerial or terrestrial laser scanning, also known as Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR).
With all the recent (and constant) flood of news about high-tech UAVs, it might be nice to take a break and talk about something a little less sophisticated that could also have a significant impact on aerial survey.
Software now includes LiDAR Compression
Valencia, Spain, Centennial CO, – DIELMO 3D S.L., (www.dielmousa.com) Dielmo 3D is pleased to announce the launching of the Web Portal of OHIO, a 100% CUSTOMIZABLE LiDAR/GIS WEB-PORTAL for the State of Ohio. The demonstrative online GIS web-portal for Ohio is derived from publicly available LiDAR and GIS datasets, providing easy access to the data, […]
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — In a new study published today, scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey found that the remote northern Alaska coast has some of the highest shoreline erosion rates in the world. Analyzing over half a century of shoreline change data, scientists found the pattern is extremely variable with most of the coast retreating […]
Frederick, Maryland & Midland, Ontario – July 1st, 2015 – Spatial Media LLC (www.spatialmedia.us) is pleased to announce the acquisition of UAV Business and Technology Report, recruiting long-time GeoTech publishing industry veteran Roland Mangold to its editorial team. The UAVBTR archive and readership will integrate with LIDAR Magazine, now in its fifth year as a […]