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How Drones Contribute to Mapping Iceland's Disappearing Glaciers

A new 3D process which involves old aerial photos and modern-day drone photography has shed light on accelerated ice loss from some of Iceland's largest glacier... (read more)

Birthplace of the Renaissance to Host International Cartographic Conference 2021

The 30th International Cartographic Conference (ICC) will take place in Florence, Italy, in 2021, and is provisionally scheduled for 19-23 July (although these... (read more)

Challenging High-accuracy Airborne Lidar Mapping Mission in Greenland

Denmark based company Airborne Lidar Mapping A/S conducted a demanding data acquisition in the summer of 2019. Data to enable Digital Terrain Models and updatin... (read more)

Trimble Launches New R12 GNSS Receiver

Trimble has introduced the Trimble R12 GNSS receiver, a high-performance global navigation satellite system (GNSS) surveying solution. Powered by an all ne... (read more)

World War Two Tunnels Surveyed with SLAM Technology

Many historical projects have great significance for a location’s cultural heritage, and indeed its people. For the team at Historic England, this is the... (read more)

ESA Employs CORS Networks for Global Error Mapping

As of today, there are more than five billion satnav devices on Earth. Along with smartphones and mobile receivers, this figure includes networks of fixed recei... (read more)

Palm Oil Industry Invests in Radar Monitoring to Detect Deforestation

A coalition of ten major palm oil producers and buyers are collaborating to support and fund the development of a new, publicly available radar-based forest mon... (read more)

Correlator3D Used for Determining Financial Assistance after Hurricane Dorian

According to SimActive, a world-leading developer of photogrammetry software, Correlator3D has been used by Air Data Solutions (ADS) in Florida to determine fin... (read more)
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Following the Curves of Road Design with Aerial Lidar

They say accuracy isn’t important for horseshoes and hand grenades – getting close is good enough, writes Brian Stevens. But if you are charged with improving the safety of the nation’s transportation system, accurate road curves, grade and width measurements are absolutely critical. All too often, transportation agencies don’t have the data to help them address specific safety concerns, maintenance budgets or technology such as autonomous (self-driving) vehicles. So, whe... (read more)
 
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