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Geo-matching.com has recently added Airborne Radars to its broad spectrum of product categories. Bradar is the first supplier in this category with the BradarSAR. In addition to general specifications, detailed information is given about onboard unit features, positioning system and sensors characteristics functionality. To see the Airborne Radars visit http://geo-matching.com/category/id87-airborne-radars.html.  

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View the full case study, product information and reviews on Geo-matching.com

 

http://www.geo-matching.com/products/case-studies/id2821-pythagoras-cad.html

 

"The planned widening of the Maas creates a landscape correction that prevents future 
flooding. Gravel barriers are prepared so that the river can buffer any additional flow. 
Hydrography is imperative in this region. The river will be at its widest point at the town 
of Itteren." 

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Geo-matching.com has recently addedLeveling Instuments to its broad spectrum of product categories. Spectra Precison is the first supplier in this category with the DL-15 Digital Level. In addition to general specifications, detailed information is given about accuracy and performance and operation characteristics. To see the Leveling Instruments category go here.


 

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Geo-matching.com has recently added thermal, multi- and hyperspectral imaging to its broad spectrum of product categories. Teledyne Optech is the first supplier in this category with the CS-MS 1920. In addition to general specifications, detailed information is give about camera unit and sensor characteristics. To see the thermal, multi- and hyperspectral imaging category visithttp://bit.ly/1DJ6wCw

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When contemplating the site of the “Born Centro Cultural” (Born Cultural Centre) in Barcelona, you can imagine daily life in Barcelona in the late 17th and early 18th centuries. It's like walking the streets of the city that resisted the siege of the troops of Felipe V (Philip V) until its surrender on 11 September 1714. With an area of 8,000 square metres, this is the largest urban site in Europe. Furthermore, it is a unique and exceptional archaeological space because of its dimensions, its state of preservation, and the historical progression that it represents, and also 
because the historical documentation has allowed names to be put to the families who lived there

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FARO scanners adapt to the access constraints of Mont Saint-Michel. 
PRESERVATION OF HERITAGE / DOCUMENTING THE PRESENT There now exists a precise digital version of the Merveille of Mont Saint-Michel. 
Thanks to FARO scanners, AGP was able to work around the constraints of the site (complex architecture, difficulty of access, presence 
of visitors...). 

http://www.geo-matching.com/products/case-studies/id3061-laser-scanner-focus3d-x330.html

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Northwood-Kensett High School in Northwood Iowa serves students in grades 7 through 12. As in all schools of North America and around the world, one of the administration’s top goals is to create the safest environment possible for students and staff. Emergency 
Planning and Emergency Response are two important aspects of overall school safety and security, but both are difficult to act upon without up-to-date and accurate indoor layout information. 

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Driven by customer demand for high-quality aerial images, Peace Map switched from film cameras to the UltraCam digital aerial cameras. Peace Map purchased six cameras: one UltraCamD, two UltraCamXp, and three UltraCamLp photogrammetric digital aerial cameras. The company now delivers superior images with up to 30 percent more efficiency and plans to purchase more UltraCam cameras in the future



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Research on beach erosion by University of California scientists made use of laser scanning. This research indicates that erosion from coastal bluffs and cliffs could in fact account for about half of the region’s beach sand.

 

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Khasab, a city in the exclave of Oman, was isolated for a long time. Mountains rising from the plains of Ras al Khaimah made it virtually impossible to reach the city by land. The development of a coastal road from the United Arab Emirates opened Khasab to the world. Read Full case study here http://bit.ly/1RcAEHUl

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In Early 2014 ScanLAB Projects accompanied Windfalls Films, Military Historian Steven Zaloga and Colonel Len Fullenkamp, Professor of Military History and Strategy, to the D-Day landing beaches in Normandy,
France. The aim was to capture vast stretches of the beach and cliffs at Vierville sur Mer, together with
the remains of military bunkers for use in a ground breaking documentary DDAY 360 for PBS. Using the
recently launched FARO® Focus3D X 330 ScanLAB were able to capture full colour pointcloud data for
almost a mile of the beach, 750 meters of the troops exit route off the beach, a series of bunkers and gun
locations in just 3 days on location.
Read full case study here:

 

http://geo-matching.com/upload/176-3061-7296.pdf

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x-Spatial, leaders in airport information management, deployed the Trimble Indoor Mobile Mapping Solution (TIMMS) from Applanix to capture and model 2 terminals at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) – over 1.8 million sq. ft. of interior space – all while the airport remained open. 

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An Iron-ore mining site in Kiruna, Northern Sweden was repeatedly surveyed with a small unmanned aircraft system (UAS) on two different dates. Results show that the point
measurement accuracy was 0.8, 0.8 and 1.3 cm (RMS) in Easting, Northing and Height. The height accuracy (RMS) of individual grid points in the surface model (DSM) was 3 to 4 cm for smooth and vegetated horizontal surfaces and 5 to 8 cm for steep smooth and rough surfaces.

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