GIM - January/February 2020

GIM - January/February 2020

Since it is winter in the Northern Hemisphere, GIM International’s first issue of 2020 contains two articles involving lots of snow and ice. One of them takes you on a Lidar mapping journey across Greenland, and the other to Antarctica, where a British Antarctic Survey base has been digitally documented. Enjoy reading this issue! 

This edition contains the following stories:

  • 3D BIM Models for Heritage Asset Management
  • Using Lidar North of the Arctic Circle
  • Simultaneous Capturing of Lidar and Imagery
  • 3D City Model and Augmented Reality
  • Analysing Mean Sea Level Variations across the Hormuz Strait
  • Indoor Mobile Mapping Goes Mainstream

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