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Construction

3D Engineered Models

Surveying

Satellite Systems (e.g., GPS, GNSS, etc.)

Stationary Laser Scanning

Mobile Laser Scanning

  • 3D Laser Scanner as Part of Kinematic Measurement Systems (2008)
  • A Time-referenced 4D Calibration System for Kinematic Optical Measuring Systems, (2008)
  • Kinematic 3D Laser Scanning for Road or Railway Construction Surveys, (2008)
  • Kinematic Surface Analysis by Terrestrial Laser Scanning, (2008)
  • Learn Mobile LiDAR This website is an online resource designed to facilitate the interactive learning of mobile LiDAR technology. Developed under NCHRP Project 15-44, "Guidelines for the use of Mobile LiDAR in Transportation Applications," the website hosts a variety of content to assist with learning about the technology including five interactive e-learning modules which present important concepts to support implementation.
  • Monitoring of the spatiotemporal movement of an industrial robot using a laser tracker, (2008)
  • The Kinematic Potential of Modern Tracking Total Stations - A State of the Art Report on the Leica TPS1200+, (2008)

Infra-Red Sensing

Others

Low Distortion Coordinate System

Geodetic/Map Projection

Survey control for AMG

Updated: 07/31/2018
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