News Article | May 5, 2017
— The Global LiDAR Market Research Report 2017 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the LiDAR Market. This report studies LiDAR in Global market, especially North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia and India. focuses on top manufacturers in global market, with capacity, production, price, revenue and market share for each manufacturer covering top manufacturers in global market, with capacity, production, price, revenue and market share for each manufacturer, covering AutonomouStuff, Blom, Faro Technologies, Velodyne LiDAR, Trimble, Teledyne Optech, Riegl, ZephIR, Leosphere, SgurrEnergy, Lockheed Martin, Avent, Mitsubishi Electric, Pentalum and Windar Photonics. Market Segment by Regions, this report splits Global into several key Regions, with sales (consumption), revenue, market share and growth rate of LiDAR in these regions, from 2017 to 2022 (forecast), like North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia and India. Firstly, LiDAR Market On the basis of product, this report displays the production, revenue, price, market share and growth rate of each type, primarily split into Aerial LiDAR and Ground-based LiDAR. On the basis on the end users/applications, this report focuses on the status and outlook for major applications/end users, consumption (sales) , market share and growth rate of LiDAR for each application, including Seismology, Engineering, Military and Others. View more details about this report @ http://www.reportsweb.com/global-lidar-market-research-report-2017 Few points from Table of Contents 5 Global LiDAR Production, Revenue (Value) , Price Trend by Type 5.1 Global LiDAR Production and Market Share by Type (2012-2017) 5.2 Global LiDAR Revenue and Market Share by Type (2012-2017) 5.3 Global LiDAR Price by Type (2012-2017) 5.4 Global LiDAR Production Growth by Type (2012-2017) 6 Global LiDAR Market Analysis by Application 6.1 Global LiDAR Consumption and Market Share by Application (2012-2017) 6.2 Global LiDAR Consumption Growth Rate by Application (2012-2017) 6.3 Market Drivers and Opportunities 6.3.1 Potential Applications 6.3.2 Emerging Markets/Countries 7 Global LiDAR Manufacturers Profiles/Analysis 7.1 AutonomouStuff 7.1.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors 7.1.2 LiDAR Product Category, Application and Specification 18.104.22.168 Product A 22.214.171.124 Product B 7.1.3 AutonomouStuff LiDAR Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2012-2017) 7.1.4 Main Business/Business Overview 7.2 Blom 7.2.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors 7.2.2 LiDAR Product Category, Application and Specification 126.96.36.199 Product A 188.8.131.52 Product B 7.2.3 Blom LiDAR Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2012-2017) 7.2.4 Main Business/Business Overview 7.3 Faro Technologies 7.3.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors 7.3.2 LiDAR Product Category, Application and Specification 184.108.40.206 Product A 220.127.116.11 Product B 7.3.3 Faro Technologies LiDAR Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2012-2017) 7.3.4 Main Business/Business Overview For more information, please visit http://www.reportsweb.com/global-lidar-market-research-report-2017
News Article | November 3, 2016
Addressing accurate and next-generation weather forecasting and climate-change measurement technologies and services. Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, November 03, 2016 --( Dubai Municipality, Sharjah Electricity & Water Authority, Abu Dhabi City Municipality, Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, Fujairah International Airport, Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation, and The Civil Aviation Department -Sharjah attended WeatherTech GCC. It featured many exciting presentations among which we can mention: “Linking strategy, policy and climate change modelling to create an adaptive strategy for mitigation of current and future climate risk” by Dr. Tarek Sadek from the United Nations, “Supporting collaboration between the public and private sector in the GCC” by Ehab Alshurafa from ArabiaWeather Inc., “How cognitive technologies can help to make the right business decisions utilizing critical weather data” by Yesim Taslioglu from IBM, in addition to 3 panel discussions and 2 case studies. The response to this event was hugely positive as delegates and sponsors enjoyed a stellar line-up of speaker as well as the opportunities to network with the industry’s key decision makers. “Impressive, informatic, well managed event. This type of conference should be continued,” stated a Superintendent of Meteorology at Fujairah International Airport. “Rich of useful information. Very good conference,” said a Chemical Engineer at Fujairah Municipality. “Very good and informative event,” said a weather forecaster at Fujairah International Airport. WeatherTech GCC was held with the participation of Arabia Weather, The Weather Company – An IBM Business, JinYang, Leosphere, Earth Networks, OTT Hydromet, CAE, EWR, SMG, Wx Risk Global, and Bayanat. WeatherTech GCC – Day 2 (November 2) hosted speakers from Dubai Municipality, the Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research (KISR), AECOM, the Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi, the International Center for Biosaline Agriculture (ICBA), Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, Earth Networks, and featured 4 case studies and 1 panel discussion. For more information about the conference, please visit www.weathertechgcc.com Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, November 03, 2016 --( PR.com )-- Advanced Conferences & Meetings is proud to launch the 2nd Annual WeatherTech GCC at The Anantara Eastern Mangroves Hotel, Abu Dhabi. This edition is addressing accurate and next-generation weather forecasting and climate-change measurement technologies and services.Dubai Municipality, Sharjah Electricity & Water Authority, Abu Dhabi City Municipality, Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, Fujairah International Airport, Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation, and The Civil Aviation Department -Sharjah attended WeatherTech GCC. It featured many exciting presentations among which we can mention: “Linking strategy, policy and climate change modelling to create an adaptive strategy for mitigation of current and future climate risk” by Dr. Tarek Sadek from the United Nations, “Supporting collaboration between the public and private sector in the GCC” by Ehab Alshurafa from ArabiaWeather Inc., “How cognitive technologies can help to make the right business decisions utilizing critical weather data” by Yesim Taslioglu from IBM, in addition to 3 panel discussions and 2 case studies.The response to this event was hugely positive as delegates and sponsors enjoyed a stellar line-up of speaker as well as the opportunities to network with the industry’s key decision makers. “Impressive, informatic, well managed event. This type of conference should be continued,” stated a Superintendent of Meteorology at Fujairah International Airport. “Rich of useful information. Very good conference,” said a Chemical Engineer at Fujairah Municipality. “Very good and informative event,” said a weather forecaster at Fujairah International Airport.WeatherTech GCC was held with the participation of Arabia Weather, The Weather Company – An IBM Business, JinYang, Leosphere, Earth Networks, OTT Hydromet, CAE, EWR, SMG, Wx Risk Global, and Bayanat.WeatherTech GCC – Day 2 (November 2) hosted speakers from Dubai Municipality, the Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research (KISR), AECOM, the Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi, the International Center for Biosaline Agriculture (ICBA), Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, Earth Networks, and featured 4 case studies and 1 panel discussion.For more information about the conference, please visit www.weathertechgcc.com Click here to view the list of recent Press Releases from Advanced Conferences & Meetings
News Article | November 17, 2016
A new report published by Allied Market Research, titled, "U.S. Airborne LiDAR Market by Component, Application and End User - Opportunities and Forecasts, 2014-2022," the U.S. airborne LiDAR market is expected to garner $135 million by 2022, growing at a CAGR of 12.1% from 2016 to 2022. Summary of the U.S. Airborne LiDAR Market Report can be accessed on the website at: https://www.alliedmarketresearch.com/US-airborne-lidar-market U.S. represents more than 80% share of the overall aerial LiDAR system market in North America. Advancements in laser technology and aerial vehicles have reduced the cost of airborne LiDAR systems. Furthermore, increase in airborne LiDAR applications in various industries, apart from conventional military applications, has accelerated the demand for airborne LiDAR in U.S. Moreover, reduction in price of drones, expansion of applications in defense & civil engineering, and rise in demand for 3D imaging are projected to supplement the market growth. Fueled by the high demand for accurate and high-resolution 3D images of the tracked object, these aerial vehicles are most widely used in defense & aerospace, civil engineering, forestry & agriculture, transportation & logistics among other domains. By components, the market is segmented into lasers, inertial navigation systems, cameras, GPS/GNSS receivers, and micro-electromechanical systems. Among these, lasers generated the maximum revenue in the year 2014. However, GPS/GNSS receiver is expected to witness the highest CAGR during the forecast period. The ability to operate in difficult environments highlights the need of these components in efficient LiDAR devices. Applications wise, corridor mapping accounted for the maximum revenue share in 2015. However, other types of applications, which include pollution modeling, coastline management, and meteorology, are expected to register highest CAGR of 13.3% during the forecast period. This growth is observed due to the improved capabilities of LiDAR systems to record and process the data points in a shorter time for pollution modelling, coastline management, and metrology applications in U.S. Among the various industries, defense & aerospace contributed the highest revenue share, of the overall market revenue. This segment is expected to maintain its dominant position throughout the forecast period. However, forestry & agriculture sector is expected to be the most prominent industry in the U.S. airborne LiDAR, and is anticipated to witness a high CAGR of 13.5%, owing to increase in drone applications in precision agriculture for crop monitoring and analyzing. "The current business scenario in U.S. has witnessed an upsurge in the adoption of airborne LiDAR owing to low cost, drone-based imaging. Further, innovations in the laser technology help to bring price corrections in different airborne LiDAR products. Various government agencies and commercial users are on a constant lookout for ways to replace traditional aerial photography methods with drones, due to high-resolution images at a low cost. With the collective effect of these factors and extensive R&D, Airborne LiDAR market in U.S. is anticipated to witness a high growth in next 5-6 years." states Rachna Singh, Sr. Research Associate, Semiconductor and Electronics at AMR. Leading players consistently invest in R&D to develop enhanced products and solutions. In addition, strategic joint venture and acquisitions are other major strategies followed by prominent players to expand their market presence and gain a competitive edge in U.S. market. For instance, Faro Technologies owns a wide geographical presence and is active in product launches and acquisitions, whereas Teledyne Technologies is active in research collaborations along with product launches. The major players profiled in this report include Faro Technologies Inc., Leosphere SaS, Leica Geosystems Inc. (Hexagon), 3D Laser Mapping Inc., Firmatek LLC, RIEGL Laser Measurement Systems GmbH, Teledyne Technologies, Quanergy Systems, Inc., Saab Group, and Raymetrics S.A. among others. Summary of similar reports can be viewed at: https://www.alliedmarketresearch.com/semiconductor-and-electronics/sensors-and-controls-market-report Allied Market Research (AMR) is a full-service market research and business-consulting wing of Allied Analytics LLP based in Portland, Oregon. Allied Market Research provides global enterprises as well as medium and small businesses with unmatched quality of "Market Research Reports" and "Business Intelligence Solutions." AMR has a targeted view to provide business insights and consulting to assist its clients to make strategic business decisions and achieve sustainable growth in their respective market domain. We are in professional corporate relations with various companies and this helps us in digging out market data that helps us generate accurate research data tables and confirms utmost accuracy in our market forecasting. Each data presented in the reports published by us is extracted through primary interviews with top officials from leading companies of domain concerned. Our secondary data procurement methodology includes deep online and offline research and discussion with knowledgeable professionals and analysts in the industry.
Agency: European Commission | Branch: FP7 | Program: CP-FP | Phase: AAT.2012.3.3-2. | Award Amount: 6.28M | Year: 2012
The UFO project aims at ensuring aviation safety at current high standards or even better, regardless of air transport growth, through Wake-Vortex Advisory Systems improvement, in connection with SESAR P12.2.2 project. UFO research works will address a wide range of innovative technologies through studies of new Ultra Fast Lidar/Radar Wind & EDR (Eddy Dissipation Rate for turbulence) monitoring sensors, usable for Wake-Vortex Hazards Mitigation, but also for severe Cross-Wind, Air Turbulence and Wind-Shear. Constrained by high update rate and accuracy requirements needed for wind measurements, 2D electronic scanning antenna technology based on low cost tile will be explored for X-band radar through a development of a tile mock up as well as a new high power laser source of 1.5 micron Lidar 3D scanner with higher power. In addition, new design tools will be developed through simulators, able to couple Atmosphere models with Electromagnetic, Radar and LIDAR models. In parallel, advanced Doppler signal processing algorithm will be developed and tested for 3D wind field and EDR monitoring, including the algorithm for the resources management of the different sensors. Comparison with already existing sensors as C band meteorological radar and S band ATC radar, but also ADS-B Downlink will be studied. Calibration of the ground sensors (Lidar, X band radar, C band radar with ADS-B datalink) and the simulators will be achieved through a set of experimental trials in Munich and Toulouse. In Toulouse, an aircraft equipped with airborne probes will enable in situ comparison. Coordination with SESAR, through Eurocontrol, as associated partner, airports as End user in the UFO steering committee, will be favoured. The team is composed of the main experts in Europe of the domain: 2 large companies (TSA, TR6), 4 universities (UCL, TUBS, TUD, UPMC), 1 SME (Leosphere), 3 governmental research labs (DLR, ONERA, NLR) and 2 MET Offices (DWD, KNMI).
Royer P.,French Climate and Environment Sciences Laboratory |
Royer P.,Leosphere |
Chazette P.,French Climate and Environment Sciences Laboratory |
Sartelet K.,University Paris Est Creteil |
And 3 more authors.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics | Year: 2011
An innovative approach using mobile lidar measurements was implemented to test the performances of chemistry-transport models in simulating mass concentrations (PM10) predicted by chemistry-transport models. A ground-based mobile lidar (GBML) was deployed around Paris onboard a van during the MEGAPOLI (Megacities: Emissions, urban, regional and Global Atmospheric POLlution and climate effects, and Integrated tools for assessment and mitigation) summer experiment in July 2009. The measurements performed with this Rayleigh-Mie lidar are converted into PM10 profiles using optical-to-mass relationships previously established from in situ measurements performed around Paris for urban and peri-urban aerosols. The method is described here and applied to the 10 measurements days (MD). MD of 1, 15, 16 and 26 July 2009, corresponding to different levels of pollution and atmospheric conditions, are analyzed here in more details. Lidar-derived PM10 are compared with results of simulations from POLYPHEMUS and CHIMERE chemistry-transport models (CTM) and with ground-based observations from the AIRPARIF network. GBML-derived and AIRPARIF in situ measurements have been found to be in good agreement with a mean Root Mean Square Error RMSE (and a Mean Absolute Percentage Error MAPE) of 7.2 μg m-3 (26.0%) and 8.8 μg m-3 (25.2%) with relationships assuming peri-urban and urban-type particles, respectively. The comparisons between CTMs and lidar at 200 m height have shown that CTMs tend to underestimate wet PM10 concentrations as revealed by the mean wet PM10 observed during the 10 MD of 22.4, 20.0 and 17.5 μg m-3 for lidar with peri-urban relationship, and POLYPHEMUS and CHIMERE models, respectively. This leads to a RMSE (and a MAPE) of 6.4 μg m-3 (29.6%) and 6.4 μ4g m-3 (27.6%) when considering POLYPHEMUS and CHIMERE CTMs, respectively. Wet integrated PM10 computed (between the ground and 1 km above the ground level) from lidar, POLYPHEMUS and CHIMERE results have been compared and have shown similar results with a RMSE (and MAPE) of 6.3 mg m-2 (30.1%) and 5.2 mg m-2 (22.3%) with POLYPHEMUS and CHIMERE when comparing with lidar-derived PM10 with periurban relationship. The values are of the same order of magnitude than other comparisons realized in previous studies. The discrepancies observed between models and measured PM10 can be explained by difficulties to accurately model the background conditions, the positions and strengths of the plume, the vertical turbulent diffusion (as well as the limited vertical model resolutions) and chemical processes as the formation of secondary aerosols. The major advantage of using vertically resolved lidar observations in addition to surface concentrations is to overcome the problem of limited spatial representativity of surface measurements. Even for the case of a well-mixed boundary layer, vertical mixing is not complete, especially in the surface layer and near source regions. Also a bad estimation of the mixing layer height would introduce errors in simulated surface concentrations, which can be detected using lidar measurements. In addition, horizontal spatial representativity is larger for altitude integrated measurements than for surface measurements, because horizontal inhomogeneities occurring near surface sources are dampened. © 2011 Author(s).
Royer P.,CEA Saclay Nuclear Research Center |
Royer P.,Leosphere |
Chazette P.,CEA Saclay Nuclear Research Center |
Lardier M.,Leosphere |
Atmospheric Environment | Year: 2011
This study shows an aerosol content survey in the low and middle troposphere over Paris with a compact and light Nitrogen-Raman lidar which has been recently developed by the Commissariat à l'Energie Atomique (CEA) and LEOSPHERE company. This eye-safe and wide field-of-view system (full overlap between 150 and 200m) is particularly well-adapted to air pollution survey in the vicinity of Megalopolis. Extinction-to-backscatter coefficient (so-called Lidar Ratio LR) profiles obtained with a Tikhonov regularization scheme are presented for long-range transport events of aerosols (volcanic ash plume LR=48±10sr, and desert dust, LR=45±8sr) which may contribute to the local load of aerosols emitted by traffic and industries in Megalopolis. Due to an insufficient signal to noise ratio (SNR<30), a new dichotomous algorithm has been developed to perform daytime inversions every hour which is in accordance with the typical time evolution of aerosols within the planetary boundary layer. This inversion scheme is based on the constraint of the elastic channel with the aerosol optical depth (between typically 0.2 and 0.7km) determined with the N2-Raman channel and thus only gives access to an equivalent LR between 0.2 and 0.7km with a relative uncertainty lower than 15%. This approach has been applied to retrieve diurnal cycle of LR for polluted continental aerosols over Paris and is compared with Tikhonov regularization applied during the night. We found a mean value of 85±18sr for polluted continental aerosols which is in agreement with other studies performed around the Paris urban area. Results for aerosol optical properties are presented and the error sources are discussed for each approach. © 2010 Elsevier Ltd.
Chazette P.,French Climate and Environment Sciences Laboratory |
Dabas A.,Meteo - France |
Sanak J.,French Climate and Environment Sciences Laboratory |
Lardier M.,Leosphere |
And 2 more authors.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics | Year: 2012
An Ultra-Violet Rayleigh-Mie lidar has been integrated aboard the French research aircraft Falcon20 in order to monitor the ash plume emitted by the Eyjafjallajökul volcano in April-May 2010. Three operational flights were carried out on 21 April, 12 and 16 May 2010 inside French, Spanish and British air spaces, respectively. The original purpose of the flights was to provide the French civil aviation authorities with objective information on the presence and location of the ash plume. The present paper presents the results of detailed analyses elaborated after the volcano crisis. They bear on the structure of the ash clouds and their optical properties such as the extinction coefficient and the lidar ratio. Lidar ratios were measured in the range of 43 to 50 sr, in good agreement with the ratios derived from ground-based lidar near Paris (France) in April 2010 (∼48 sr). The ash signature in terms of particulate depolarization was consistent during all flights (between 34 ± 3 % and 38 ± 3%). Such a value seems to be a good identification parameter for volcanic ash. Using specific cross-sections between 0.19 and 1.1 m 2 g -1, the minimum (maximal) mass concentrations in the ash plumes derived for the flights on 12 and 16 May were 140 (2300) and 250 (1500) μg m -3, respectively. It may be rather less than, or of the order of the critical level of damage (2 mg m -3) for the aircraft engines, but well above the 200 μg m -3 warning level. © 2012 Author(s).
Leosphere | Date: 2011-12-28
A method is provided for determining the flow of a fluid in a volume of interest, including steps of remotely measuring, at a plurality of measurement points distributed along at least three axes of measurement having different spatial orientations passing through the volume of interest, the radial velocity of the fluid in the vicinity of the measurement points, and for calculating the velocity of the fluid at a plurality of calculation points distributed in a grid in the volume of interest, wherein the calculation of the velocity of the fluid includes the use of a mechanical behavior model of the fluid. A device is disclosed for implementing the method.
Leosphere | Date: 2012-03-19
Optical, opto-electronic, mechanical, electronic, and chemical measuring instruments, namely, optical cables for analyzing atmospheric processes, indoor and outdoor air components, pollution, as well as for research into the physical and chemical properties of the atmosphere, meteorology, climatology and astrophysics, and for space research, lidar instruments and laser radars. Publication of articles, books and magazines featuring societal, commercial, scientific, technical and economic information on the Internet, relating to the composition and dynamics of the atmosphere, pollution, meteorology, climatology and astrophysics; arranging of educational colloquiums and conferences in connection with the composition and dynamics of the atmosphere, pollution, meteorology, climatology and astrophysics; publication of scientific articles and books. Design and development of software for processing and analyzing data obtained by observing atmospheric processes, indoor and outdoor air components and pollution; scientific research into the physical and chemical properties of the atmosphere, meteorology, climatology, astrophysics and space research; scientific research, studies and advice in connection with the composition and dynamics of the atmosphere, pollution, meteorology, climatology and astrophysics.