Is all the talk about BIM just hype, or is there something more to it? Jody Lounsbury, PLS, of CHA, shares his views.
Christine Grahl is content marketing manager for Leica Geosystems. She served as editor of Point of Beginning magazine (POB) for five years. Her articles can be found at http://www.pobonline.com as well as on GeoDataPoint.
What are today's mines looking for in a laser scanner? Clayton Fritz, technical sales engineer for Maptek, explains why the company's latest technology is going underground.
08 May 2013
Tim Lemmon, marketing director for Trimble’s Oil, Gas and Chemical Division, shares new details about Trimble RealWorks 8.0 and talks about some of Trimble’s most popular data capture technologies.
08 May 2013
At SPAR International 2013, Topcon Positioning Systems highlighted its IP-S2 Compact+ 3D mobile mapping system as well as stationary laser scanners for mining and other applications. What's the company's current technology emphasis? Topcon's Barbara McInerney shares her perspective.
02 May 2013
What are users saying about the new Leica ScanStation P20? What's the hottest software in the BIM space, and what big innovation is Leica planning to unveil at HxGN LIVE 2013? We asked Mike Harvey, product manager for Leica HDS NAFTA.
29 April 2013
As the cost of hardware continues to drop, an increasing number of firms are beginning to adopt laser scanning and photogrammetry technologies, which is creating new challenges on the software side. Is there a solution?
25 April 2013
If you’re looking for the latest in 3D imaging technology, SPAR International is a good place to start. Here's a glimpse of some of the most popular technologies at the 2013 conference.
18 April 2013
A new 3D capture tool that debuted at SPAR International 2013 drew attention for its simple design and low cost.
17 April 2013
With technology changing rapidly, making the business case to invest in new 3D laser scanning equipment or other innovations can be a challenge. Here are six strategies that can help you profit from your technology investment.
11 April 2013
When the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) embarked on a project two years ago to rebuild the tracks along the 40-year-old south Red Line, project engineers and project managers already had cutting-edge technology at their disposal through their service provider. What the CTA didn’t realize is how innovative data management tools would benefit their project downstream.