GIM September 2017

GIM September 2017

COVER STORY

Depicted on the front cover of this issue: High-density (30 points per metre) elevation data of Chicago, IL, USA, collected using Harris Corporation’s proprietary Geiger-mode Lidar sensor. Geiger-mode and single-photon Lidar are very suitable for large-scale surveying jobs as these technologies enable the survey of extensive areas at lower costs.                                                                                                                                (Courtesy: Harris Corporation)

This issue contains the following articles:

  • Overcoming the Bottlenecks of Today’s Dense Point Clouds 
  • Automated Modelling of Tunnels 
  • Implementing Land Administration Solutions in Ethiopia 
  • UAV-based Mobile Mapping: Potential, Challenges and Outlook 

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