In this issue, Will a 3D model become the only deliverable? Is photogrammetry better than Lidar? When do you mention BIM? Richard Groom reports; Single Photon Lidar promises to quicken the pulse rate and deliver denser point clouds, Ron Roth and Marcos Sirota explain; and In construction flat surfaces must be built to certain tolerances. We describe a device that does that.
Also, a Land & Poverty conference saw RICS step up to the global agenda on a range of key topics, James Kavanagh reports; There is a gap between BIM and facility management. We report from an event run by the multi-disciplinary BIMnet; A preview of GEO Business 2017 where it’s more important than ever to stay on pace with the changing geospatial business; and GW reports from a seminar run by TSA that revealed all you need to know, plus how to get that essential CSCS card.
Plus, all the regular news & columns!
Page 16: Bentley Puts Modelling in the Cloud - Will a 3D model become the only deliverable? Is photogrammetry better than Lidar? When do you mention BIM? Richard Groom reports. Read now.
Page 22: Be there or be Lost - GEO Business 2017 - This year’s event takes place on 23-24 May at the Business Design Centre, Islington, London. Richard Groom casts his eye over the menu and finds that we’re spoilt for choice. Read now.
Page 31: The Evolution of Lidar - Single Photon Lidar promises to quicken the pulse rate and deliver denser point clouds. Ron Roth and Marcos Sirota explain everything you need to know. Read now.