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18-Oct-2012

Intergeo 2012 in Hannover

A Successful IGI User Meeting with Intergeo Product News

Taking place one day before Intergeo the IGI User Meeting has been hailed a success, attracting participants from around the globe. Delegates were provided with the perfect opportunity to network with specialist and get a very well start for the following Intergeo in Hannover. “We have been more than happy with the turnout of the event,” commented Hubert Minten, CEO of IGI. “We offered a perfect mix of news in our technology, especially in front of Intergeo and discussions with our users about certain projects.” One delegate who attended the IGI User Meeting commented, “It was nice to present other suppliers, the whole package in front of Intergeo was perfectly organised and the presentations had great quality”. During the IGI User Meeting delegates had hands-on presentations about our new mobile mapping system SAM – Static And Mobile, the new Penta DigiCAM housing and a complete overview of the new flight guidance & sensor management system CCNS-5. Also two major steps in new IMU technology has been announced during Intergeo. The new, export free IGI IMU-IIf and IMU-m...

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16-Jul-2012

AEROoffice & TERRAoffice

AEROoffice & TERRAoffice v5.3c released

IGI, a leading guidance and navigation specialist, has recently announced a new minor release of its leading post-processing software AEROoffice & TERRAoffice - version 5.3c. Besides a couple of new functions as two new geoid models (GEOID09 & SAGEOID10), improvements for Microsoft UltraCam users this version incorporates two new sensor protocols: for the Specim Aisa - Airborne Hyperspectral Scanners and the Faro Focus 3D...

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24-Apr-2012

LiteMapper

Rügens Küste wird aus der Luft vermessen

Die Fa. Milan Geoservice vermisst mit Ihrem LiteMapper System die Kreidefelsen rund um die Insel Rügen von einem Hubschrauber aus. Aus den präzisen Daten wollen Geologen die immer wieder stattfindenen Abbrüche vorhersagen...

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18-Apr-2012

StreetMapper

StreetMapper Aids Abnormal Load Navigation

The transportation of abnormal loads on UK roads causes average delays per vehicle of 15-25 minutes and the resulting congestion can cost up to a £1600 ($2500) per mile. Planning of suitable routes is now being made easier following a development by IGI & 3D Laser Mapping. Using StreetMapper – a mobile laser mapping system – together with advanced Computer Aided Design (CAD) software, it is possible to create real world 3D visualisations of proposed routes modelling the clearance envelope of the vehicle and its proximity to possible obstructions. The StreetMapper ‘Clearance Detection Module’ simulates the abnormal loads’ progress along the route identifying height and width restrictions and highlighting potential collision objects...

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26-Mar-2012

GISCafé

Five StreetMapper’s take to the roads in Japan

StreetMapper, the mobile laser mapping system, has announced delivery of its fifth system to Japan in less than a year. The StreetMapper equipped vehicles enable 3D laser scan surveys to be undertaken at normal road traffic speeds and are being used for a range of mapping projects across Japan. StreetMapper, a joint development between the German navigation specialist IGI and UK’s 3D Laser Mapping, is distributed by Japanese company Mirukuru...

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08-Mar-2012

GeoCommunity

StreetMapper Cuts Cost of Highway Surveying Projects by 50 Percent

Dutch surveying company Geomaat is capturing millimetre accurate measurements in record times to support a range of highway design, construction and maintenance projects. Using the mobile laser mapping system StreetMapper, and specially developed point cloud software, Geomaat can calculate highly accurate cutting, milling and asphalt figures, create as built models and undertake change detection. “In the past these types of measurement were undertaken using total stations which was time consuming, and therefore costly, and had a big impact on other road users,” commented Jolle Jelle de Vries, Managing Director of Geomaat. “For example a 10km stretch of highway would have taken at least 20 nights to survey, each night requiring extensive traffic management or road closures. The resulting measurements would then have taken about a week to process. Using StreetMapper we can deliver a new design, from start to finish, in less than a week!”...

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04-Nov-2011

GEOconnexion International

Picture Perfect!

With aerial photographic surveys yielding images of ever greater accuracy and clarity, and with corresponding advances in image manipulation techniques, near-perfect 3D landscape and city models – available online and in real-time – are opening up new applications everywhere...3D RealityMaps has developed a procedure that automatically texturises buildings captured and recontructed in 3D from oblique imagery captured by a DLR camera or a commercial aerial camera such as the Quattro DigiCAM Oblique...

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31-Oct-2011

GISCafé

StreetMapper Laser Surveys Australia’s Coastal Highway

October 31, 2011 -- StreetMapper, the vehicle-based laser mapping system, has completed a survey along the North West Coastal Highway in Western Australia. Travelling at normal traffic speeds, the StreetMapper system captured survey grade data achieving millimetre accurate measurements of the road surface and roadside features. StreetMapper mobile surveys replace the need for surveyors using tripod mounted lasers along the highway making it a much faster and safer process, as well as reducing disruption for other road users...

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