LiDar and Its Applications Part 14 – Watershed and Stream Delineation
This is an article that focuses on interesting applications within LiDar and stream delineation. This field requires specific usages that differ from other applications of LiDar and 3D visualization.
LiDar and Its Applications Part 12 – Glacier Volume Changes
This is a brief article on the importance of our glaciers. We can utilize LiDar and 3D data to understand the degradation of our glaciers. How do we improve our current situation?
LiDar and its Applications Part 11 – Solar Planning
This article talks about the value of solar planning and resource management. The way LiDar technology can be used to help in urban development along with solar energy planning is vital for a Circular Economy thought process.
LiDar and its Applications Part 10 – Flood Prevention
In this article, we talk briefly about how we can use LiDar to inform our risk analysis for floods.
LiDar and its Applications Part 9 – Conservation
This is an article that can implant interest in those who want to understand how we as humans alter environments through species regulation. This is done by measurements done with LiDar devices.
LiDar and its Applications Part 8 – Tourism
This is an article that briefly talks about managing and creating large National Parks that will account for tourist management as well as resource management. We as technologists are able to effect our environment heavily.
LiDar and its Applications Part 7 – Precision Forestry
In this article, we talk about precision forestry and how we utilize LiDar to make intelligent decisions on the future growth of a forest.
LiDar and its Applications Part 6 – Forest Fires
This is a brief article on how we can use LiDar and 3D environment data to manage the risks of forest fires.
LiDar and its Applications Part 3 – Micro-Topography
Topographic Map Briefly in the previous article, I brought up a topic or domain that is vital for different LiDar applications. In college, I distinctly remember in some of my…
LiDar and its Applications Part 2 – Digital Elevation Modeling
This is a quick note on the basis of LiDar technology and Digital Elevation Analysis. It is the basis for various studies and industries.
LiDar and its Applications Part 1 – The Rabbit Hole of Applications
LiDar Truly I get too excited talking about technology, and I hope it shows. Although technology is awesome, there always lies a need for it to have a function or…
Autonomous Drone Solutions Provider Apollo Robotics is Latest Techniplas Open Innovation Partner
Wisconsin-based Techniplas, with locations in Switzerland and California, is a global design and manufacturing provider of automotive products and services, and has been doggedly pursuing 3D printing for quite some time now….
US Army Demonstrates Latest 3D Printing, 3D Scanning, Drone Technologies
There are many military applications for 3D printing, from manufacturing grenade launchers and body armor to building drones and customizing military meals. Last year, the US Army released a report detailing its…
3D Laser Scanning Technology Reveals a Massive Mayan “Megalopolis” Hidden in the Guatemalan Jungle
Generally accepted Western conceits about the possible size and scope of tropical civilizations continue to be shattered with the help of high-powered 3D scanning technology and organizations like PACUNAM, Guatemala’s…
Bringing Hidden Caves to the Surface Through 3D Scanning and 3D Printing
Beneath the streets of Auckland, New Zealand are several geological wonders. The area is full of volcanoes, and under the ground are multiple lava caves, which are caverns that form…
Carmera Officially Launches to Gather Real-Time 3D Mapping Data for Autonomous Vehicle Makers…and Everyone Else
While it’s true that social media connects pretty much everyone these days, on a different level, roads are what physically connect us – to the grocery store, to school and work,…
3D Printing in Sri Lanka Continues to Grow with Help from RCS2 Technologies
Although 3D printing isn’t new to Sri Lanka – the technology was introduced to the country a decade ago – it’s been slow to spread. Sri Lanka is home to…
3D Printing Among Advanced Technologies Newly Appointed Ford President & CEO Looks to for Motor Giant’s Future
Do you remember your first car? Mine was a little green Ford Contour, which I adored and named Baby. My parents purchased the secondhand car when I was 18, and…
Apple: Possible 3D Laser Scanner for iPhone 8, with Facial Recognition, Augmented Reality, 3D Printing Potential
As Apple’s plans for breaking into the 3D industry continue to confound, small bits and pieces have been thrown out to tease us over the past few years. We’ve tried…
University of Nottingham Researchers Use 3D Scanning to Reveal Secrets of Hidden Priest Hole Chamber in Tudor Mansion
Two years ago, the University of Nottingham in the UK received funding for a lab filled with analysis equipment and roughly £2.7 million worth of 3D printing equipment. It’s not just…
Researchers in Guatemala Use LIDAR 3D Scanning in Mirador Basin, Discover Ancient Network of Superhighways
It’s one thing to use a 3D scanner to scan a person, animal, or object, and use the scan to 3D print an object you can pick up and hold,…
Project ALISE Uses Lasers and Satellites to Study Global Climate Change
While there are some who still insist that climate change isn’t a problem, or that human activity has had little to no impact on the climate, it’s getting harder and…
In World First, LiDAR Scanning and a 3D Printed Part Help Subsea Well Reach Final Abandoned Status
Abandoning a project can seem like the easy part — after all, you’re done with it, just let it go, right? In the case of some projects, it’s much, much more complicated….
Ford Announces Plan to Have Automated Driverless Cars on the Road by 2021
A lot can happen in five years, although that amount of time seems to fly past nowadays. 2011 seems almost disturbingly recent, so 2021 might as well be just around…