Tag: 3D modeling

Seequent releases Leapfrog Works for civil engineering and environmental industries

Seequent (formerly ARANZ Geo) released Leapfrog Works for the civil engineering and environmental industries.  Built on the Leapfrog 3D implicit modeling engine, Leapfrog Works improves understanding, visualization and communication of subsurface conditions and the interaction with infrastructure.

Trimble announces new MX9 mobile mapping system

Trimble released the Trimble MX9 mobile mapping system, which combines a vehicle-mounted mobile lidar system, multi-camera imaging, and field software for efficient, precise and high-volume data capture for a broad range of mobile mapping applications such as road surveys, topographic mapping, 3D-modeling, and asset management.

GeoSLAM and Bentley Systems partner on hybrid reality models

GeoSLAM, experts in “go anywhere” 3D mobile mapping technology, and Bentley Systems, a global provider of comprehensive software solutions for advancing infrastructure, announced a partnership to enable the simple and fast production of hybrid reality models in any environment.

DotProduct partners with Arithmetica to release Pointfuse for DotProduct scanners

DotProduct and Arithmetica formed a technical partnership to create Pointfuse for DP, a rapid 3D model creation capability for users of DotProduct scanners. 

3D Repo, Bryden Wood partner to develop 4D VR models

3D Repo is partnering with Bryden Wood to develop 4D sequence visualization features for their database-driven Digital Construction Platform.

GeoSLAM launching enhanced SLAM software and next-generation mobile scanner

GeoSLAM will launch the latest version of its SLAM registration software and unveil the next-generation ZEB-REVO mobile scanner this week at InterGEO 2017 in Berlin.

Groundwater modeling software MODFLOW 6 available

MODFLOW 6, the newest version of the world’s most widely used groundwater modeling software, is now available for download from the U.S. Geological Survey.

Modeling a city’s minuscule changes

Researchers at the Technical University of Munich are using satellite imagery and supercomputing to predict city buildings’ risks for structural degradation and damage. By using 3D models, computational scientists can create precise, static representations of a city.

McCarthy Building Companies collaborates with PrecisionHawk to scale drone services

One of the nation's largest general contractors, McCarthy Building Companies, Inc., is collaborating with PrecisionHawk, a provider of enterprise-grade, commercial drone technology, to help scale its growing drone program.

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