A New Light on Surveying

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Traditional surveying creates an imaginary line between two points. It’s a way of creating a grid that can help locate and define existing terrain and structures. It’s simple, but it’s artificial. Think about how the eye maps terrain and objects. The eye also sees in straight lines, but does so continuously—like a sheet draped over everything in range.

What if we could imitate that same behavior with light? Enter: LiDAR Continue reading