3D Laser Mapping and RIEGL bring laser mapping technology Ocean Business 2013

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Thursday, March 14, 2013
Photo: 3D Laser Mapping and RIEGL

3D Laser Mapping and RIEGL are attending Ocean Business, the hands-on ocean technology exhibition. Taking place from the April 9-11, 2013 at the National Oceanography Center in Southampton, Ocean Business will showcase more than 300 companies offering the latest global ocean technologies. The exhibition, training forum and accompanying conference Offshore Survey, are set to attract more than 4,000 visitors from 50 countries around the world.
 
3D Laser Mapping will be exhibiting at RIEGL Laser Measurement Systems booth V8 in dockside exhibition hall and will be showcasing state of the art RIEGL mobile marine laser scanning and hydrographic airborne systems. Dr. Martin Pfennigbauer, Director Research and Intellectual Property at RIEGL, will hold a workshop on the topic “RIEGL laser scanner systems for hydrographic surveying – above and below water surface” on Thursday, April 11, from 9 – 10 a.m. in Ray Beverton Room.
 
RIEGL and 3D Laser Mapping will be demonstrating a range of solutions for the marine and coastal sectors including robust mobile mapping systems for monitoring of coastal zones and airborne systems for hydrographic mapping.

www.3dlasermapping.com
www.riegl.com
 

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