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September 12th, 2011
Let Leica Geosystems Maximize Your Scan Data Collection

For scanning professionals who have ever been on a site and said to themselves,”There has to be an easier way to collect scan data,” this educational webcast offers a quick, easy way to learn how.

“Many scanning professionals say the true ‘magic’ of scan data happens in the office,” Harvey said, “but if the field data isn’t captured properly, the office experience won’t be very magical. In fact, it can be downright nasty. “

Join Harvey as he explores various techniques to turn your laser scanning efforts from good to great, including auto recognition and registration, techniques for using multiple traverse loops, and utilization of one-button scanning.

Harvey has been involved in many of Leica Geosystems’ most exciting projects, from scanning Mount Rushmore to being one of the major contributing authors of the HDS Training Manuals. He has more than 10 years of experience with HDS, and earned an LSIT from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, as well as a B.S. in civil engineering. Before his employment with Leica Geosystems, Harvey worked for a private civil/surveying company in Massachusetts, where he completed a multitude of projects with laser scanning.

Harvey will be joined by Alfredo Bermudez, a project surveyor with more than 20 years of experience in a variety of public and private sector projects, overseeing field work and performing quality control. Bermudez is proficient in the primary analysis of field data with a strong background in computers and surveying computations.

There are no prerequisites for attending this free webinar, and the content will be recorded so viewers can access it again later. To register, please visit

Sam Pfeifle, Editor of SPAR Point Group , will be moderating the webinar. SPAR Point Group’s annual conferences in Europe, Japan and the United States attract professionals looking for new 3D imaging and processing solutions that drive efficiency, boost productivity, increase safety and mitigate project risk for engineering, construction, manufacturing, safety and security and many other fields. and SPAR View provide daily news, research and quantitative analysis of the 3D imaging marketplace. In addition to events and online offerings, SPAR Point Group provides custom consulting services.

Leica Geosystems – when it has to be right

With close to 200 years of pioneering solutions to measure the world, Leica Geosystems products and services are trusted by professionals worldwide to help them capture, analyze, and present spatial information. Leica Geosystems is best known for its broad array of products that capture accurately, model quickly, analyze easily, and visualize and present spatial information.

Those who use Leica Geosystems products every day trust them for their dependability, the value they deliver, and the superior customer support. Based in Heerbrugg, Switzerland, Leica Geosystems is a global company with tens of thousands of customers supported by more than 3,500 employees in 28 countries and hundreds of partners located in more than 120 countries around the world. Leica Geosystems is part of the Hexagon Group, Sweden.