The growing demand for high-precision 3D reality capture data can only be met by smart 3D reality capture systems like the TRK, says Gavin Schrock in this Geospatial World Prime story.
Kyle Palmer, RPLS, shows the key to making mobile mapping data management and deliverable creation as fast and easy as the field data collection.
Explore a cross section of Leica Pegasus TRK mobile mapping data with RTK corrections applied during the collection to achieve tight overlapping scans with no post-processing required.
An imaging laser scanner with a highly automated workflow and intuitive apps enables survey work to be done in a fraction of the time compared to traditional approaches.
If you’re assessing your mobile mapping capabilities in terms of megapixels and image quality instead of image value, you’re leaving money on the table, says Jason Ellis. Here’s how to change it.
Experience the autonomy, intelligence and simplicity of the world’s most innovative mobile mapping system in this on-demand live stream recording.
Beth Anne Campbell, president of MidAtlantic Surveying and Land Design, shares her insights on the talent shortage, the Women Surveyors Summit, and the need for diversity in the surveying profession.
Esri UC 22 Highlights: The Future of GIS Data Collection, Mobile Reality Capture, GPR Utility Detection and More
Explore the fastest, simplest solutions for capturing and delivering high-accuracy mapping data at Booth 619.
The family-owned consulting engineering firm is the world’s first company to use the Leica TRK500 Neo mobile mapping system—but a commitment to technology innovation is just part of the story.
Adding autonomous, intelligent mobile mapping capabilities to its award-winning engineering, surveying, planning and construction management services gives the consulting engineering firm an edge in projects requiring fast turnaround and exceptional quality.