Tag: laser scanning

Hexagon Revolutionizes Autonomous Reality Capture with the Launch of the Leica BLK ARC and...

NACKA STRAND /PRNewswire/ -- Hexagon AB, a global leader in digital reality solutions, announced the introduction of the Leica BLK ARC and the Leica BLK2FLY, extending...

The Threat from Below

By Matthew Fitzgerald  Every owner, designer, and construction professional has been there at some point in their career - subsurface utility unknowns causing injuries, schedule...

The Real Value of Point Clouds from Images

With the ability to generate point clouds from images, is laser scanning becoming obsolete? The answer might surprise you. The ability to generate point cloud...

Three Ways Your Surveying Practices Might Be Falling Short

Do you use laser scanning in your surveying work? If not, you might be missing out on key advantages that are rapidly becoming standard. How...

AHCEC Developed Reality Model of Second-holiest City in Islam

ContextCapture and Orbit Helped Model and Survey 41,672 Buildings and 7,000 Kilometers of Roads Increasing Annual Pilgrim Capacity Each year, a significant number of the world’s...

Geolocation: Usable data for the future of construction

By Mike Landers The concept of global positioning is not a new one. Launched by the US Department of Defense in 1973 and first made...

Topcon introduces a new scanning robotic solution for vertical construction

Topcon Positioning Group introduced a new generation of scanning robotic total stations — the GTL-1000. A compact scanner integrated with a fully featured robotic total station, the system is designed to offer a powerful instrument for single-operator layout and scan on a single set up.

McCarthy Maximizes Collaboration, Efficiency to Complete Hospital Tower Early

McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. recently completed the CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital Corpus Christi – Shoreline, New Patient Care Tower. The new tower, which broke ground in July 2016, was completed 41 days ahead of the contracted completion date.

Colorado State University Expands Curriculum for Integrated Digital Construction with Trimble Technologies

Trimble awarded a significant in-kind gift to the Department of Construction Management at Colorado State University (CSU) that will expand the University’s leadership in training and research for 3D building design, construction management, digital fabrication, civil infrastructure, geomatics and the sustainable built environment.

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