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New Orleans Heritage Preserved with Pointfuse 3D Models
Laser scanner modelling software from Arithmetica is helping to preserve some of New Orleans’ oldest and most historically important buildings. Using the Pointfuse point cloud processing software, Scan-Nola, a heritage preservation project is creating detailed 3D computer models directly from laser scanned data. The resulting models provide digital preservation for often derelict or deteriorating structures that can be used for conservation and restoration works, as well as garnering interest and support from the local community. »»
The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) has announced that Scott Simmons will assume the role of executive director, Standards Program as Carl Reed leaves that position at the end of January. »»
ISRSE-36 Publishes Preliminary Programme   27/01/2015
The 36th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment (ISRSE-36) will take place from 11-15 May 2015 in Berlin, featuring a very interesting programme. Some 480 papers will be presented in 64 oral technical sessions, and some 250 poster presentations are scheduled in four dedicated poster sessions. In addition, the conference will see five plenary sessions addressing more strategic issues in remote sensing of the environment. »»
 
GeoMax Releases New GNSS Receiver	  26/01/2015
GeoMax has introduced the Zenith25 Pro, which it says is built to last and designed with the future of GNSS in mind. The GNSS receiver supports GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou and SBAS systems, providing superior position availability, especially in challenging measurement conditions. »»
ILMF 2015 Focuses on UAVs   26/01/2015
International Lidar Mapping Forum (ILMF) is the technical conference and trade fair focused on data acquisition, fusion, processing and point clouds for aerial surveying and mapping used to support transport, urban modelling, coastal zone mapping, utility asset management and more. This year's event will take place from 23-25 Februay in Denver, Colorado, USA. »»
 
New Firmware for the Aibot X6   23/01/2015
Aibotix has released a new firmware version for the Aibot X6 hexacopter as well as a new version of the AiProFlight flight planning software. The newest firmware release includes several advancements, such as improvement of the flight stability and safety, which is especially important for a better performance in executing inspection tasks, and advancement of the pitch-and-roll compensation of the camera gimbal for smoother pictures and video output. »»
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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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