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Surveying and Mapping Without Visiting the Project Site

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, site visits are often out of the question for professionals supporting projects in the field. How can essential surveying and mapp... (read more)

Fugro to Support Government of Romania in Flood Hazard and Risk Mapping

Fugro will be supporting the government of Romania in preparing flood hazard and risk maps, and flood risk management plans, at national level. Fugro's geodata... (read more)

New Partnership to Digitalize Construction Sites in Africa

Topcon Positioning Group and Sixense Mapping are to provide a full range of construction site digitalization to increase productivity on projects across Africa... (read more)

iPhone Equipped with Lidar: Apple Brings Laser Scanning to the Masses

The new iPhone 12 Pro is equipped with a Lidar sensor, marking an encouraging step towards the democratization of photogrammetry and 3D scanning. Smartphones eq... (read more)

NavVis Launches Processing in the Cloud for Fast Laser Scanning Workflows

NavVis, an innovator in indoor mobile mapping, has introduced the Cloud Processing Add-on for NavVis IndoorViewer, a cloud-based tool designed to enable users t... (read more)

Teledyne Optech Opens New Service Centre in Europe

Teledyne Optech is launching a new customer service centre dedicated to the service of equipment for its European clients. Teledyne Optech is a Teledyne Technol... (read more)

Bentley Systems Commits US$100 Million of Venture Funding to Accelerate Infrastructure Digital Twins

Bentley Systems is establishing Bentley iTwin Ventures to invest in promising technology companies addressing the emerging opportunity for infrastructure digita... (read more)

University of Colorado to Establish Trimble Technology Lab

The University of Colorado in Denver, USA, has received a significant gift from Trimble to establish a state-of-the-art Technology Lab for the College of Engine... (read more)
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Processing Sentinel-1 Images of Hurricane Laura's Landfall in Louisiana

Hurricane Laura made landfall on the coast of Louisiana, southwest of Lafayette, USA, on 27 August at roughly 2 a.m. Eastern time. Hurricane-force winds of up to 74 miles per hour (120 km/h) were reported, causing considerable damage to property and sadly also the loss of many lives. While the Sentinel-1 satellites (Sentinel 1A and 1B) are designed to collect standard coverages on fixed dates (repeat pass every 6 days typically using both satellites). As it turns out, Sentinel 1A collected an im... (read more)

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