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Development of the ILRIS-36D

The ILRIS-3D laser scanner was launched in 1999 as a measuring system for 3D-point cloud collection. In October 2004 Optech launched its second-generation, tripod-mounted laser scanner, the ILRIS-36D. But getting...

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Reviewing Aerial Survey in India

The Government of India on 19th May 2005 approved a radical New National Map Policy, ending decades of restrictive practise that had hampered geospatial development on the subcontinent (see Pinpoint...

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Reviewing Aerial Survey in India

The Government of India on 19th May 2005 approved a radical New National Map Policy, ending decades of restrictive practise that had hampered geospatial development on the subcontinent (see Pinpoint...

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HDS Division of Leica Announces Cyclone 5.3

The High-Definition Surveying Division of Leica Geosystems AG (Switzerland) has announced the full commercial release of Cyclone 5.3 software. Cyclone 5.3 streamlines workflows for creating as-built and topographic survey deliverables...

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Exceeding All Limits

This year’s Intergeo, to be held at the Exhibition Centre in Düsseldorf, Germany from 4th to 6th October, is expected to exceed all limits. With opening extended to three whole...

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Co-axial

Looking through a telescope; sending and receiving electromagnetic waves through this telescope; taking pictures through this same telescope. And all through the same line-of-sight: co-axial. <i>I know what it is,...

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Toposcopy: Linking Photo and CAD Data

Toposcopy combines geo-referenced visualisation and close-range photogrammetry, using low-cost digital camera and CAD data. It has recently been successfully used to reconstruct a simulated traffic accident from video images. The...

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