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Refineries, the workhorses of our modern world, transform crude oil into the fuels that power our lives.But like any complex machinery, they require meticulous care to maintain peak performance and en
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As of December 2020, the Global Energy Monitor identified 2,381 operational oil and gas pipelines spanning 162 countries, totaling over 1.18 million km in length. This extensive network presents uniqu
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The maritime industry, with roots reaching deep into history, fuels the global economy by handling a staggering 90% of world trade.However, as this industry grows, it encounters a new wave of challeng
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This in-depth guide breaks down LiDAR vs. photogrammetry, comparing accuracy, cost, applications, and more.
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The evolution of border patrol drones traces back to the early 2000s, notably with the emergence of models like the Predator B around 2005, transforming surveillance along the U.S.-Mexico border.By 20
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Heavy lift drones boast a distinctive airborne capability, allowing them to effortlessly carry hefty payloads beyond the reach of conventional drones.These ultra-large drones, with a weight capacity o
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Elevation data has become a linchpin in infrastructure and AEC projects, revolutionizing how we perceive and plan for the earth's surface.Among the key players in this digital transformation are digit
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An Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) is a sophisticated device that plays a pivotal role in tracking and measuring an object's orientation, velocity, and gravitational forces.From space launches to the
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In the early 1960s, as lasers debuted, LiDAR emerged - a fusion of "light" and "radar." Initially mapping small water bodies, LiDAR soared in the 1980s with GPS integration, revolutionizing geospatial data collection.
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