RIEGL: Mobile Laser Scanning through the Blue Mountains Rail Corridor

One of our valued RIEGL mobile customers, Michael Finlay who is a Geospatial Engineer with Jacobs, recently shared an amazing railroad video that he worked on with his team. This […]

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Many Sensors for a Tulip Tree Map

Editor’s Note: This article was originally featured in xyHt Magazine in their July issue. This article discussed the G-LiHT system, a multi-sensor airborne system integrated with a RIEGL LiDAR sensor, used by NASA […]

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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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Underground 3D Laser Scanning in Caves RELOADED

Two years after scanning the large underground area of the famous Eisriesenwelt in Werfen, Austria, for the first time, RIEGL put into practice a second scanning mission. In spring 2019, approx. 350 […]

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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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RIEGL to Exhibit and Present at GEO Business 2019!

RIEGL will be exhibiting and presenting at GEO Business 2019! GEO Business 2019 will be held on May 21 and 22, 2019 at the London Business Design Center in London, United […]

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