ZEB1 the world’s first truly mobile, hand held, rapid laser mapping system has been proven to outperform traditional terrestrial laser scanning during field tests in Chile.
Blue Marble Geographics announces the release of the GeoCalc 7.0 software development kit (SDK).
Cleveland Potash is using the ZEB1 hand held laser mapping system to map underground workings, complete stock surveys and comply with health and safety legislation at Boulby Mine in North Yorkshire. T
Optech announces the launch of our new and improved website. The new website introduces a brand-new look with the goal of making it much easier to find information about the sensors you need, or solutions for the applications you focus on.
Started in February 2011, the project consists of updating the country’s map coverage at a scale of 1: 200 000 in order to complete a national database and topographic maps covering the entire country.
Aerial mapping company Bluesky has been awarded contracts to map heat loss across towns and cities covering around 10 per cent of the population.
Pix4D releases Pix4Dmapper, the new software package with a ground‐breaking and fully integrated editing tool providing extended CAD and GIS possibilities.
Rugged handheld and notepad computer manufacturer Juniper Systems has opened its new EMEA sales and service centre in Birmingham, UK.
PCI Geomatics, a developer of geo-imaging software and systems, announces that it has successfully delivered to the Sabah Lands and Surveys Department (SLSD)