2018-08-22 09:03:07

Successful IGI User Meeting

One day before the start of Intergeo 2012, IGI, based in Germany, hold its successful User Meeting, attracting participants from around the globe. Delegates were provided with the opportunity to network with specialists and to get a good start for the following Intergeo in Hanover. IGI has been more than happy with the turnout of the event, commented Hubert Minten, CEO of IGI. Minten said the User Meeting was a perfect mix of news in our technology, especially in front of Intergeo and discussions with their users about certain projects. During the IGI User Meeting delegates had hands-on presentations about... (read more)
2012-10-19 12:05:14

IGI Updates Air Survey Software

IGI mbH (Germany) has updated its software solution for the management and analysis of precision measurements for the aerial survey industry. AEROoffice v5.1 calculates the exact real world position and orientation of the survey camera at the instant the aerial photograph is taken in order to produce highly accurate photographic maps. Part of a suite of software and hardware solutions from IGI AEROoffice offers increased data processing speeds, improved management reporting tools including Google Earth export and enhanced co-ordinate system management functionality. Early market testing has proved AEROoffice version 5.1 offers significant improvements to the original release that was launched... (read more)
2007-02-22 03:18:44

IGI to Sponsor GIM International 3D Modelling and Visualization Weeks

IGI, manufacturer of mobile mapping systems, aerial cameras and other turn-key geospatial solutions, has become official sponsor of the 3D Modelling and Visualization Weeks organized by 'GIM International'. The online event will consist of a dedicated web page, extra newsletters and the bumper-packed September-October issue of 'GIM International', the global magazine for the geospatial industry. During the 3D Modelling and Visualization Weeks (21 September-23 October), which will be supported by an abundance of new articles, columns, Q&As, videos and other new content, the GIM International community will get a major update on what’s going on in the geospatial industry. The... (read more)
2020-09-02 11:23:28

3D Laser Mapping Launches Cityscape Mapper

3D Laser Mapping (United Kingdom) has developed a mobile cityscape mapper that captures highly accurate 3D modelling data of buildings and streets. The development is an enhancement to StreetMapper, the vehicle-mounted laser mapping system that is already well proven in terrain and highway mapping. StreetMapper is a result of a joint venture with German guidance and navigation specialist IGI mbH. The latest developments for ‘architectural surveying' are currently being evaluated with cityscape mapping projects underway with universities in Germany.            IGI have upgraded their TERRAControl navigation system specially for city modelling applications where there is reduced GPS visibility due to... (read more)
2007-11-20 12:00:00

StreetMapper GIS

StreetMapper GIS, a new version of the mobile laser mapping system with an integrated panoramic camera, has been launched by 3D Laser Mapping and IGI mbH. StreetMapper GIS is easy to mount on any type of vehicle and offers a cost effective solution for collection of street level asset information for use in geographical information systems (GIS) or other desktop software solutions. Being offered as an entry-level version of the StreetMapper 360, the system has a single vehicle-mounted laser enabling high precision mapping to a range of 300 metres, a capacity of 300,000 measurements per second and exceptional recorded accuracies.... (read more)
2010-10-26 08:51:25

Today and Tomorrow

4th International Conference and Exhibition Laser Scanning and Digital Aerial Photography
The 4th International Conference and Exhibition Laser Scanning and Digital Aerial Photography was recently successfully held with the theme of ‘Today and Tomorrow’. More than 170 participants from twelve countries attended the event in Moscow from 9th to 10th December, and over 40 presentations were given. This conference enables specialists to share practical results of the use of aerial photography and laser scanning techniques, to establish new contacts among users, manufacturers and geodesy engineers and to announce innovations. One of the organisers of the event, Mr Gritskov from the Federal Ecological, Technological and Atomic Supervision Service drew attention to the... (read more)
2005-03-16 12:00:00

GeoM Improves Aerial Mapping Accuracy

South African GeoM (formerly Geomatica) has invested in a navigation system designed to improve the locational accuracy and reliability of aerial survey data. The purchase of a 5th-generation Computer Controlled Navigation System (CCNS) from IGI represents the company’s commitment to delivering high-quality geographic data solutions specifically designed to meet the challenging requirements of mining and power line industries. Chief executive officer, Dean Polley considers the IGI CCNS 5 as more than a flight management system and calls it a complete guidance, positioning and sensor management solution. By integrating this system with existing cameras and Lidar scanners, as well as future,... (read more)
2013-07-16 08:28:20

StreetMapper Maps America

North American cities have been documented at speed using StreetMapper, using vehicle mounted laser scanners to capture highly detailed and accurate measurements at speed. The technique was developed and supplied to Terrametrix by UK based 3D Laser Mapping. Using StreetMapper Terrametrix completed a 3,690 mile, 6 city tour in just eight days, capturing highly accurate 3D models of urban highways, interstate, trolley routes and a prestigious international sporting venue and even taking part in a national competition to collect highway asset information.   Terrametrix started their tour in Kansas where StreetMapper was used to map 6.6 miles of urban interstate... (read more)
2008-11-26 02:04:10

First StreetMapper Conference Success

The StreetMapper 2010 International Conference has been hailed a success, attracting delegates from around the world. The first international event focusing solely on mobile mapping technology, the event featured keynotes and technical presentations from organisers' 3D Laser Mapping and IGI together with user papers from the USA, China, Finland, the Netherlands and the UK. The StreetMapper User Conference also provided delegates with the perfect opportunity to meet with laser scanning specialists and network with mobile mapping professionals from around the world. "We were delighted with the turnout at this event," commented Dr Graham Hunter, Managing Director of 3D Laser Mapping.... (read more)
2010-12-20 09:23:11
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