Tag Archives: LiDAR

DamDestroyer—Modeling Surface Flow Using LiDAR

Posted by Nathan Beningson LiDAR Digital Elevation Models (DEMs) offer an unprecedented view of the the landscape. A plane with a laser array coats the landscape with millions of laser shots, with each one returning a point of elevation. While there are many applications for this emerging technology, especially for utilities, my background as a […]

Do You Have the Right Tree in the Right Place in your ROW?

Posted by Madelyn Mateo     There is something so satisfying about being in the right place at the right time. It is an effortless path to success. Things just work out perfectly. You can’t always take credit for that kind of serendipity, but it sure does feel good. When you actually plan to be […]

Looking Down the Road. Keep Vegetation In Check to Improve Driving Sight Distance (and Safety)

Posted by Ray Dorsey     Recently, a friend of mine was taking his wife to the airport. They were running behind due to traffic on the Interstate. Upon taking the airport exit they pulled up to the stop sign at the top of the ramp. As they tried to enter the roadway it was […]

Real Life Examples of when to use a Proof of Concept Installation #2 The Bake-off

Posted by Karen Smith     Welcome back! This second installment focuses on Real-Life Examples of when to use a Proof of Concept. What you think you wanted at the beginning is not always what you want as you roll up your sleeves and begin the PoC. You may reconsider particular work flows and rethink […]