ISNetworld® (ISN®) is an online contractor management database created for the purpose of streamlining companies’ and contractors’ prequalification process. Major companies such as CN, CP, Fortis BC, Pembina often use the ISN to establish the “trustworthy” status of a new vendor. As a service contractor member, Absolute Space is now poised for more technically challenging assignments.
The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia (APEGBC) relies on the contributions of members from all disciplines to help enrich each other’s knowledge of engineering and geoscience. This year the Association selected the article, titled “Terrestrial Laser Scanning”, published in the May/June 2015 issue of Innovation as this year’s winner of the Editorial Board Award.
The award was presented to George Liu, P.Eng. by the Association President, Dr. John Clague, P.Geo. on October 17, 2015 at the Association’s Annual Conference in Kelowna, BC.
George Liu interviewed by Ici Radio Canada, Édition Colombie‑Britannique–Yukon on Digital Preservation of RCMP St Roch. Aired on Sept 20, 2015 evening news broadcast, Radio Canada Sept 20 News
Absolute Space used a Leica P20 laser scanner to capture Robson Square in 3D. The laser measurements offered the exact dimensions of the venue, which event organizers used to design awnings, stages, seating, lighting, and fashion runways for the special event. Final products were delivered in REVIT and SketchUp formats. The sold-out event took place on Sept 16, 2015. Vancouver Sun News.
The Vancouver Maritime Museum, in partnership with CyArk and Absolute Space, announced the digital preservation effort of the National Historical Site, RCMP St Roch Schooner.
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George Liu, P.Eng., a professional member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of BC (APEGBC), wrote an article, titled Terrestrial Laser Scanning. It will be featured on the Association’s 2015 May/June issue of Innovation. A copy is available here.
Absolute Space was invited back for another year and gave a talk on Lidar technology to BC filming professionals at their annual conference hosted by the International Cinematographers Guild (IATSE 669), IATSE 891 and the Directors Guild of Canada. The event was held at the North Vancouver Bosa Centre for Film and Animation Capilano University on May 2-3, 2015.
The presentation by George Liu and Tan Nguyen at this years SPAR International conference (Mar 30 – Apr 2, 2015) in Houston Texas was a success. Due to popularity, they provided an encore presentation the next day. The presentation slides, titled “Overtaking Static Surveying” are available here.
Absolute Space has been approved by the Architectural Institute of BC (AIBC) for providing training to its members on Laser Scanning technology. Member participants will be eligible for one Learning Unit (LU) towards fulfilling professional development requirements. If you have AIBC members in your organization and wish to arrange for a Laser Scanning course, please contact us via email, firstname.lastname@example.org.