Radar Survey Team Uses New Innovation for Faster Surveys

Photo By Cynthia Griggs | Staff Sgt. Ian Barone, 84th Radar Evaluation Squadron, demonstrates a 3-D terrestrial laser scanner April 17, 2019 at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The survey section of […]

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AXIS GeoSpatial Leans on LiDAR to Sharpen Competitive Edge

Editor’s Note: One of our esteemed RIEGL airborne customers, AXIS GeoSpatial, was recently featured in LiDAR Magazine. Discussing in this article how they utilize LiDAR sensors and services, their combined years of experience, […]

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Ancient Landforms of the Australian Rainforest Revealed by Airborne LiDAR

LiDAR remote sensing technology has been used in many archaeological applications around the world, such as finding Mayan pyramids in Central America and trenches dug during an historic siege of […]

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LEADING EDGE GEOMATICS LEVERAGES LiDAR TECHNOLOGY

Editors Note: The original article, featuring a customer spotlight on Leading Edge Geomatics, was published and featured on LiDAR News. The original copy can be found here: Leading Edge Geomatics Leverages […]

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RIEGL Featured on Inside Unmanned Systems Webinars!

RIEGL was recently featured on an Inside Unmanned Systems webinar called “Scanning Ahead with RIEGL Unmanned LiDAR”. My-Linh Truong, ULS / UAS Segment Manager with RIEGL USA, was featured during this webinar, along with two […]

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SCRIPPS Institution Scientists Study Imperial Beach As Sea Level Rises

Editor’s Note: One of our RIEGL customers, SCRIPPS Institution, was featured in the local news in San Diego for using their RIEGL VZ-2000 terrestrial laser scanner to help monitor rising sea levels in […]

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How PrecisionHawk Helped History Hunt for Buried Treasure in the Philippine Jungle

Editor’s Note: This blog post is from one of our authorized ULS distributors, PrecisionHawk. A group of their expert team members assisted in the quest to find stolen buried treasure […]

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