3D Mapping Portal

Agency9 (Sweden) has entered into a partnership with the aerial survey company Slagboom en Peeters in The Netherlands, to deliver a geoportal for which users can view its data products, currently “Geo-Oblique” and Orthophoto in one seamless integrated view. Unlike other portals in the market the user can conveniently see an object from all possible angles and use the data view that is best for the application. Additional data types will be introduced later this year. Adding Oblique Viewer extends the value of the 3DMaps platform as the leading solution for visualisation of 3D geospatial data. The combination of different... (read more)
2012-10-12 12:00:00

Column: 3D Mobile Mapping

Over the last few years street-level mobile mapping and reality capturing has quietly become one of the most important geospatial mapping technologies. There are already hundreds of mapping vehicles collecting vast amounts of geospatial data. But what we see today is only the start, believes Stephan Nebiker from the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW).   In the future, accurate and dense 3D representations of the urban environment along traffic corridors and within buildings will be captured and created fully automatically and upated regularly if not in real-time. These digital realities will serve a multitude of purposes, including... (read more)
2016-07-17 05:10:16

3D Laser Mapping Organises ‘Innovation in 3D’ Event

In collaboration with University College London, 3D Laser Mapping will organise its first-ever laser scanning product showcase. There is no charge to attend this event, which will feature the latest technical innovations and solutions from the laser scanning sector including handheld mapping systems, 3D imaging systems as well as the world-leading mobile mapping system, StreetMapper. The event is entitled ‘Innovation in 3D’ and will take place on 18 July at UCL’s campus in central London. Attendees will be able to experience some of the systems and software for themselves with one to  one hands on sessions and will also be... (read more)
2013-05-16 08:30:00

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2016-04-28 12:27:24

NEXTMap Europe Countrywide 3D Mapping Program

NEXTMap Europe 3D digital elevation models and high-resolution orthorectified radar images of Western Europe (2.4 million square kilometres) are now complete. Intermap's NEXTMap Europe program includes complete nationwide digital maps for Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Ireland, Italy, Vatican City, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Portugal, San Marino, Spain, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.     Intermap's NEXTMap Europe database includes digital surface models that include cultural features such as vegetation, buildings, and roads; digital terrain models with all cultural features digitally removed; and orthorectified radar images that accentuate topographic features - all with a vertical... (read more)
2009-05-11 10:29:57

3D Laser Mapping Expands to Australia

3D Laser Mapping, UK, has announced a new operation in Australia. The new office in Perth will be headed by Iain Bramwell acting as general manager and will provide local sales support and service for the whole of the Asia Pacific region.   Dr Graham Hunter, managing director of UK based 3D Laser Mapping, says the company is already very active in this region and has developed a  good reputation and customer base through a network of local distributors. The new office will enable 3D Laser Mapping to provide frontline support and service for both existing and potential clients, maximising... (read more)
2011-11-30 10:16:28

RRS 3D Laser Mapping Distributor

3D Laser Mapping Ltd (UK) has appointed Reutech Radar Systems (Pty) Ltd (RRS) as exclusive distributor for 3D Laser Mapping's long range 3D laser scanning and slope monitoring systems in South Africa and the SADC region. In the Southern Africa mining sector, both RRS and 3D Laser Mapping are suppliers to Anglo American. 3D Laser Mapping's slope monitoring system, SiteMonitor, which connects to a Reigl 3D laser scanner, is in use at a major Platinum mine. Other systems to be supplied by RRS include 3D Laser Mapping's Rapid Mapping System for mapping and measuring open pit volumes. RRS has also... (read more)
2006-07-07 12:00:00

3D Laser Mapping Launches Telecoms WireFinder

3D Laser Mapping (United Kingdom) has launched a new mobile mapping system specifically designed to capture highly accurate 3D measurements of overhead telecom networks. The vehicle mounted WireFinder system uses the latest laser technology and specially designed software to accurately measure the position of telecom network assets, such as poles and wires. Offering an unrivalled technical specification the WireFinder also delivers operating efficiencies and reduced risk to personnel in the field. The WireFinder uses a Riegl 3D laser scanner controlled by software specifically developed for this application by 3D Laser Mapping. The positions of telecom network assets are measured, using... (read more)
2007-01-17 12:02:25

First Zebedee 3D Mobile Mapping Project

Australian researchers are using the novel mobile laser 3D mapping system called Zebedee to preserve some of the country’s oldest and most culturally significant heritage sites. The handheld 3D mapping system is developed by CSIRO and can scan an environment as an operator walks through it. The new joint research initiative between CSIRO and The University of Queensland aims to collect detailed 3D maps of historic sites of Moreton Bay. With the assistance of Queensland Parks and Wildlife Services, the research team have collected data from a number of heritage sites including the 19th-century Brisbane River defences at Fort Lytton... (read more)
2013-04-18 08:30:00

3D Laser Mapping Offers Forensics Workshop

Following the UK launch of a new and innovative hand-held 3D imager, Nottingham-based 3D Laser Mapping has announced a series of workshops designed to promote its benefits. The first workshop in the series is aimed at potential users of the Mantis Vision imager for the forensics sector and will take place on 20 November 2012 in Loughborough, UK. Additional application and market-specific events will be announced shortly. Users do not have to pay to attend the events. “The MVC-F5 is ideally suited to the exacting requirements of users within law enforcement and forensic investigation,” commented event organiser Charlie Whyman from... (read more)
2012-10-30 11:57:19
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