RIEGL VZ-4000 Supporting the NASA SnowEx Campaign

Peter Gadomski, of the US Army Corps of Engineers Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory, and Jeffery Deems, of the National Snow and Ice Data Center and the University of […]

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Fly Through a Huge Volcanic Cave With These Stunning 3-D Scans

Original Post: National Geographic by Danielle Venton The detailed animations will help NASA scientists figure out how to use natural caves as shelter on future missions to the moon or Mars. […]

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The VZ-1000 at the South Pole!

Adam LeWinter and Dave Finnegan (US Army Corps of Engineers Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory) traveled to the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station to conduct a terrestrial LiDAR/Thermal Infrared survey […]

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FHP’s New Laser Scanner Cuts Down Time at Crash Scene

Original post: News 13 Orlando The RIEGL 3-D laser scanner spins 360 degrees and collects raw data up to 500,000 points per second, using laser and light. (Julie Gargotta, Staff) ORLANDO […]

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Caltrans Takes Delivery of the RIEGL VMX-1HA

For Immediate Release January 10, 2017   Caltrans, the California state agency responsible for highway, bridge, and rail transportation planning, construction, and maintenance, has taken delivery of the NEW RIEGL […]

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Researchers, snow safety experts develop new techniques for mapping snow and avalanches

Original article here: Original Post   A researcher prepares to use a laser scanning (lidar) unit to scan snow depth at the Arapahoe Ski Basin Ski area in Keystone, Colorado. Credit: J. […]

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OHIO SURVEY FIRM ACQUIRES INDUSTRY’S MOST PRODUCTIVE LASER SCANNING SYSTEM

Original article seen here: LiDAR News No targets – 100+ scans per day – 0.75 linear miles per hour – Tenth of a foot accuracy Background If you have been searching […]

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