GIM - July/August 2018

GIM - July/August 2018

The front cover of this July/August issue of GIM International shows a mobile mapping project at Silverstone, a motor racing circuit in England and current home of the British Grand Prix. The mobile mapping survey was conducted with the Leica Pegasus:Two. This solution delivers an integrated hardware platform which includes cameras and Lidar proļ¬ lers with an exterior activate and sync output for further sensors. Mobile mapping is one of the key topics in this edition.

This issue contains the following articles:

  • Setting a New Standard in UAV Precision Mapping 
  • Mobile Lidar Systems Today and Tomorrow
  • Mobile Mapping Trends and Insights 
  • How YellowScan is Pioneering in the World of UAVs and Lidar
  • Point Clouds: Laser Scanning versus UAS Photogrammetry 

 

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