e-newsletter   Vol.4 Issue 1: January 2009
 

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ACSM Conference 2009
The ACSM-MARLS-UCLS-WFPS conference will be February 20-23 in Salt Lake City, UT. The keynote address will be presented by Ken Mooyman, president and CEO of Leica Geosystems Inc., on Friday, February 20, at 8 AM. Mooyman has been at the forefront of the professional positioning marketplace for over 20 years from the early days of GPS to the recent developments of laser scanning technology.
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From the field

  Tripping the Laser Light Fantastic: Showcasing museums display laser precision in North America.
Museum visitors might not notice, but encasing artifacts requires stringent precision. Depending on the objects on display, showcases may feature active climate control and integrated passive humidity control. Some situations require an airtight vacuum seal or a pressurization system; others have minimal requisites, such as a dust seal. At the very least, visibility of the artifacts is crucial, second only to safety and careful preservation of each item.
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  Advances in LiDAR data collection technology improve flood management in the Red River Basin
The Red River flows at a minimal slope as it traverses the relatively flat terrain between North Dakota and Minnesota. As the snow melts and rains begin each spring, the rising water challenges the river’s capacity. At least once a year, the Red River overflows its banks.
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  Capturing New Opportunities: Practical applications for advanced data capture technologies
A number of industries contracted severely in 2008 and are expected to remain weak. Notably absent from this trend, however, is the broad field of geospatial data capture using laser scanning, LiDAR and other technologies. The geospatial market as a whole is projected to grow over the next several years as a number of firms seek to capitalize on new opportunities,
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  California DOJ invests in 3D crime-scene laser scanners to support forensic crime scene investigation
After seeing first-hand how the Leica Geosystems ScanStation 2 can be deployed to quickly measure and model extensive indoor and outdoor mass casualty mock crime scenes, the California Department of Justice's Bureau of Forensic Services (BFS) moved quickly to purchase two Leica ScanStation 2 high speed, high definition 3D laser scanning systems from Leica Geosystems.
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Upcoming Events

SurvCON 2009 Annual Conference & Exhibition
Feb 4-6
Atlantic city, NJ

Michigan Society of Professional Surveyors
Feb 10-13
Kalamazoo, MI

World of Concrete
February 3 - 6, 2009
Las Vegas, NV, USA
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MD & M - West 2009
February 10 - 12, 2009
Anaheim, CA, USA
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ACSM
February 20 - 22, 2009
Salt Lake City, UT, USA
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daratechPLANT09
February 23 - 25, 2009
Houston, TX, 2009
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