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COWI First European Company to Operate Leica ALS80-HP Scanners
COWI, based in Denmark, is the first mapping company in Europe to start operating two new Leica ALS80HP airborne scanners. The new technology will be used for large area scanning as well as forest assessment, and supporting engineering design services. The scanners will be an essential part of COWI’s workflow that includes a wide range of aircrafts and helicopters as well as data processing facilities and is likely to strengthen the consultancy’s group’s leading position in the airborne Lidar service industry. »»
 Eos Launches New Line of High-Accuracy GNSS Receivers
Eos Positioning Systems has announced the introduction of a new, innovative product line of high-accuracy GNSS receivers for smartphones and tablet computers, including both sub-meter and RTK performance for all mobile platforms: iOS, Android, and Windows. With the entry level product, the Arrow Lite, Eos aims to set a new performance standard for high-accuracy GPS receivers compatible with all mobile devices. »»
  18/12/2014
MicroSurvey has announced the release of MicroSurvey CAD 2015, a major update to its flagship desktop survey and design program for land surveyors and civil engineers. The latest release is powered by the all new IntelliCAD 8 engine and is the first ever 64-bit version of MicroSurvey CAD. »»
 
Recovered Galileo Performs First Navigation Fix   18/12/2014
Galileo's fifth satellite – recently salvaged from the wrong orbit to begin navigation testing – has been combined with three predecessors to provide its very first position fix. Test receivers at ESA’s technical centre in Noordwijk, The Netherlands, and at the Galileo In-Orbit Test station at Redu in Belgium received the signals at 12:48 GMT on 9 December from the quartet of satellites and fixed their horizontal positions to better than 2m. »»
Sensor Web Workshop Draws Interdisciplinary Crowd   17/12/2014
52°North, the German initiative for geospatial open source software, recently held its annual Sensor Web Workshop at the University of Münster's Insitute for Geoinformatics. Sensor Web enthusiasts and practitioners met with experts at 52°North’s Sensor Web Workshop to share their experience with Sensor Web activities and identify next research and development steps. »»
 
Redefining the Level of Detail for 3D Models   17/12/2014
Cities are increasingly adopting 3D city models for 3D visualisation, computing solar panel potential of roofs, and other applications. In a similar way to traditional maps, 3D models are an abstraction of the real world: certain elements are simplified or omitted. The amount of detail that is captured in a 3D model, both in terms of geometry and attributes, is collectively referred to as the level of detail. The CityGML standard from OGC defines five different LODs, but the specification is not very precise. »»
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3D City Model of Berlin

In October 2014 Berlin hosts Intergeo. This video shows Germany's capital in the third dimension: The city has been mapped in 3D format with photorealistic facades.

 

 

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