Using Fledermaus to visualise Brexit 1.0!
Fledermaus was recently used by Imperial College, London where researchers found evidence of how ancient Britain separated from Europe, which happened in two stages, they report in Nature Communications.
Professor Sanjeev Gupta, a co-author from the Department of Earth Science and Engineering at Imperial: “The breaching of this land bridge between Dover and Calais was undeniably one of the most important events in British history, helping to shape our island nation’s identity even today. When the ice age ended and sea levels rose, flooding the valley floor for good, Britain lost its physical connection to the mainland. Without this dramatic breaching Britain would still be a part of Europe. This is Brexit 1.0 – the Brexit nobody voted for.
Fledermaus was instrumental in analysis of the data and in producing the beautiful figures of the bathymetry data.”
For the full article on the original Brexit, please see here.
15th May 2017
Qimera 1.5. Webinar recording
If you missed our Qimera 1.5 webinar please see here for a recording.
Qimera 1.5 Webinar covered the following topics;
Cooperative Cleaning – Speeding up data processing by splitting a Qimera project into smaller sub-projects and then allocating each sub-project to a different data processor
Production Line Processing – This feature takes a sequence of Qimera projects and joins them together to facilitate easy data QC and product creation. For example for cable/pipeline route surveys or for nautical chart product compilation
Snapshot to Scene – easily create scenes including point clouds for further analysis in Fledermaus, sharing with iView4D or making movies
Polygon draw, save and re-use for spatially bounded filtering & clipping – how to clean data around or within lines brought into Qimera
Laser data processing – see how to change offsets, import SBETs and show intensity data in Qimera
15th May 2017