Here’s details of a webinar of interest being hosted by our sister site, LiDARNews. Sit in with LIDAR Magazine and Dr. Steven E. Mitchell, Director of Mechanical Engineering at Sigma Space Corporation for an engaging discussion on how Single Photon LIDAR sensors are impacting the marketplace.
A webinar of interest – “Single Photon LIDAR: Why Not See the Forest AND the Trees?”
In stark contrast to the linear-mode LIDAR sensors available on the commercial market, single photon sensitive sensors offer multiple advantages for customers seeking cost-effective collection of wide area elevation data. Conventional linear-mode sensors require detection of hundreds to thousands of photons per range measurement. This approach dictates that the transmitted laser energy be concentrated into a single beam and limits the sensor to flight at low altitudes. Across a required collection area, the compromised aerial coverage due to inefficient use of aircraft time and employee resources results in significant costs incurred by the customer. [Read more…]
From the USGS, a message for developers or mobile apps – Calling all developers or organizations that use mobile or web applications to support your users, tools or services – the USGS wants to help you. The National Geospatial Technical Operations Center will be hosting a 30- minute webinar on “Using The National Map services to enable your web and mobile mapping efforts” on June 16 at 9am Mountain Time.
In this webinar, attendees will learn about the diverse ways laser scanners are being used today in Architecture, Engineering and Construction. Multiple strategies will be discussed for reducing the learning curve when implementing the technology. Case studies and real world examples will be shared – Save the Date – Thursday April 30 – Webinar sponsored by FARO.
A webinar tip from our friends at TerraGo… Deliver GIS-Lite from ArcMap with TerraGo Publisher for ArcGIS – April 14, 2015, 12:00PM – 12:30PM (ET). Learn how to deliver GIS-Lite capabilities inside documents to your clients, customers, and the people who consume your work done with ArcMap using TerraGo Publisher for ArcGIS.
Top organizations are using Minecraft for real-world geospatial scenarios. But why? And how? Join us as we explore actual customer examples to find out.
Coming soon (July 1 and 3) a webinar of interest… The Frequently Asked Questions of Strater 4 Webinar will answer some of the most commonly asked questions pertaining to creating boreholes/well logs, maps, and cross sections in Strater 4. At the conclusion of the webinar, you will have a better understanding of the tools available to enhance visualization of your subsurface data.
A webinar of interest for those of you interested in the Connected car and the future of the in-car experience…
Speakers from Nissan, Continental and Ericsson will explore how a car, with the ability to send and assimilate information from other connected devices, will shape the driving experience of the future. They’ll look at how to use big data for improved engineering and testing, as well as identifying customer hot spots. You will learn how to overcome data privacy concerns and ultimately integrate the car into the connected lifestyle to generate new revenue streams.
Join the event Wednesday, July 2nd at 2pm GMT. You can sign up for free at: telematicsupdate.com/webinar
A webinar of interest taking place Tuesday April 29 – Best Practice Structural Modeling with the New EdgeWise Structure. ClearEdge3D’s new EdgeWise Structure software promises much faster and more accurate modeling of steel, concrete and wood structural members. This webinar will showcase three recent projects that utilized EdgeWise Structure to model complex as-built steel structure and export an intelligent model to Revit or AutoCAD, saving hundreds of hours over more traditional workflows.
Join Brian Elbe, HDS Team Manager at TrueScan3D, Keith McKinney, Principal, Piping
Layout Consultants, Kevin Williams, Founder and Chief Scientist at ClearEdge3D along
with moderator Kevin Corbley, Editor-in-Chief of Workflow 4.0 on this instructive
and actionable webinar.
Specifically you will learn: