Monthly Archives: May 2011

Solar mapping with LIDAR

There has been alot of talk about using LiDAR for solar mapping and alot of universities have been doing this but I wanted to direct you to a company with a pretty cool process using LiDAR for solar mapping. If … Continue reading

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Picture Of the Day

This is Wire Frames of the buildings Draped over Bare earth surface model.

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LiDAR For Dummies

There has been several requests for “LiDAR for Dummies” and I think the best option would be to contact DLT solutions and see if they would provide you with a copy as they hold all the rights to this book. … Continue reading

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Picture of the Day

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Flight line Distances (IMU)

There are several theories about what the proper flight line distance should be based on the IMU drift. IMU’s require movement to find themselves and continuing on a straight flight path causes them to drift and loss accuracy. I have … Continue reading

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Picture of the Day

This is LIDAR of a substation collected using a fixed wing aircraft. Collection of 20 to 40 points per meter. Classified for PLScadd conversion.

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LMS article

The following is an article about the Optech LMS software Optech LMS

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Leica Conference

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GeoCue Training

GeoCue is moving the training back to Nashville. The 2011 GeoCue Training Event will Be September 19-23, 2011 in Nashville. The training courses include GeoCue, TerraSolid and Qcoherent products. For more information Please contact Ashley at alove@geocue.com. Good move on … Continue reading

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