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NIVA (Norwegian Institute for Water Research), an environmental research institute for water-related issues, uses Leica Geosystems GNSS equipment in an exciting multi-year research project
Deploying 3D Terrestrial Laser Scanning and Mobile Mapping solutions, resulting in the first ever 3D replica of the largest lava tube on Earth.
Laser scanning technology supports the creation of an interactive 3D model of a cave inside the world-famous Perito Moreno glacier in Argentina.
Digitally documenting an important archaeological site and one of the largest ancient mosaics in the world with laser scanning technology.
Geographic agency Vigea, used Leica Geosystems laser scanning technology to capture the ‘Tana della Mussina’ cave.
3D models help researchers to understand geological processes in Chile and Italy.
High-definition 3D mapping specialists Visualskies provide a bespoke 3D scanning service for a ground-breaking new TV series for National Geographic.
Experts from ETH Zurich create digital terrain models from hydraulic models using laser scanning technology to optimise river planning and flood prevention in the Alpine Rhine in Switzerland and Austria.
3D laser scanning and GNSS sensors were used to generate data to study and manage a 6,298-metre cave in Romania
Using laser scanning technology to digitally reconstruct a medieval water clock in Morocco
Mexican archaeologists use laser scanning to restore a pharaonic tomb dating back to 1500 B.C. in Egypt
Documenting digitally Malé Hukuru Miskiy and its exceptional coral stone carvings in the Maldives
3D laser scanning of Nefertari´s tomb to safeguard cultural heritage in Egypt
Using Micro Pulse LiDAR, researchers at the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement on the remote island of Ascension collected data to understand how biomass burning airborne particles impact the climate
Transforming the ancient Bacchus Temple in Lebanon into a 3D digital model
In the quest for finding hidden chambers in Tutankhamun’s tombs with Ground Penetrating Radar in Egypt
Merging traditional archaeological tools and methods with the use of geospatial technologies to unveil the secrects of Motya island in Italy
Geosystems’ innovative GNSS technology transforms archaeology in Kyrgyzstan
Producing the largest 3D scan of a lava tube in the Spanish island of Lanzarote.
Creating a 3D model of ancient stone towers and its surrounding area in Russia.
Creating a new digital map of Britain’s most important archaeological monuments using a high-tech approach.
Interferometric radar for safety in critical ice avalanche monitoring in Switzerland
New Zealand's most extensive GNSS reference station network with more than 70 stations nationwide.
ECO40 boat trip research to providing ocean scientific information
Hydrologic research using Leica Geosystems GNSS solutions to measure the impacts of a changing climate in the Canadian Arctic
Using an UAV to measure the depth of a lake in Switzerland
Laser scanning for historical documentation in Uzbekistan
Underground survey for archaeological artefacts using Ground Penetrating Radar in the United Kingdom
Lidar technology uncovers Cambodia's ancient cities.
Revealing the secrets of an archaeological ensemble with laser scanning and the Pegasus:Backpack.
Laser scanning plus tracking for historical documentation in Turkey
Learning to preserve historical and architectural heritage in India at an International documentation workshop