INTERGEO 2011 in Nuremberg, Germany Recap

by padkins 24. October 2011 14:15

Laser Technology had another successful show at INTERGEO 2011 in Nuremberg, Germany. After three very productive days, 16,000 visitors from 80 countries attended the conference to find out about industry leading, interdisciplinary geodata infrastructure, sensors and 3D mapping.

Laser Technology's newest addition to their mapping laser product portfolio is the TruPulse 360 R. The all new TruPulse 360 R possesses the same power and functionality as LTI’s current TruPulse 360 B, which measures distances, heights, remote span values and azimuth. The R model offers a new horizontal-style rugged and waterproof housing.  All the raw data and on-board solutions can be directly imported into almost any Bluetooth® enabled device.

Software, such as LaserGIS for ArcPad®, accepts these values and applies them to a reference point for collecting remote locations of features. LaserGIS can also automatically apply attribute data such as heights or clearances, spans and elevations. The latest version is offers a language template for both German and French.  Both of these industry leading solutions were showcased at the Intergeo show in 2011 and attracted global attention.

Check out this interview with Nick Ackerman of Laser Technology with GIS Cafe while attending the show.

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