Personal laser scanners (PLS) lead the way towards compact, agile and flexible solutions for mapping complex environments and challenging locations, such as rugged terrain and complicated urban structures. Our Akhka R2 backpack laser scanning system allows the operator to move in and around the scene while capturing the environment with millimetre precision. Read more about the latest development in the GIM International article Laser Scanner in a Backpack – The Evolution towards All-terrain Personal Laser Scanners.
Dr. Antero Kukko, Antero.Kukko(a)nls.fi
Three new doctors are expected in the Centre of Excellence as Ville Kankare (Univ. of Helsinki), Anttoni Jaakkola and Lingli Zhu (FGI) are defending their doctoral dissertations in June:
Anttoni Jaakkola’s defense on his doctoral dissertation Low-cost mobile laser scanning and its feasibility for environmental mapping (Edullinen liikkuva laserkeilaus ja sen soveltuvuus ympäristönkartoitussovelluksiin) will be held in Aalto University, TUAS-building, Hall AS1, Otaniementie 17, Espoo, on 5 June 2015 at 12:oo. Read more on the news section
Ville Kankare will defend the doctoral dissertation entitled The prediction of single-tree biomass, logging recoveries and quality attributes with laser scanning techniques (Laserkeilaus puutason biomassan, puutavaralajien sekä laatutiedon ennustamisessa) in the Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry, University of Helsinki,also on 5 June 2015 at 12:00. The public examination will take place at the following address: EE-talo, Walter-sali, Agnes Sjöbergin katu 2. Read more
The public examination of the doctoral dissertation of Lingli Zhu will be held on 18 June 2015 at 12.00 at the Aalto University School of Engineering, Lecture hall M1, Otakaari 1, Espoo. The title of the dissertation is A Pipeline for 3D Scene Reconstruction from Point Clouds (Rakennetun ympäristön kolmiulotteinen mallintaminen pistepilvistä). Read more
CoE-LaSR forestry research and activities were presented on 4th November in a seminar ”Laserkeilauksen huippuyksikkö ja moderni metsänarviointi” organised by Taksaattoriklubi in Paikkatietomarkkinat (Seminar in Finnish). According to the visitor feedback, the content of the CoE-LaSR seminar was the most interesting in the Fair. (See the program here).
CoE-LaSR participated in Intergeo fair in Berlin.