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Navteq's laser-eye view

Navteq has begun capturing 3D data with the vehicles used to gather digital map information. This ghostly view of a street is reconstructed from a sea of 3D data points.
Photo by: Navteq

Navteq 3D laser system

Navteq's laser technology--lidar, short for light detection and ranging--uses 64 lasers mounted on a stalk atop a vehicle. It can work even when the vehicle is traveling at highway speeds.
Photo by: Navteq

Navteq's 3D city model

Navteq has begun offering these 3D digital models of cities in the United States. European, South American, and Asian cities will follow.
Photo by: Navteq

3D laser view close-up

This close-up shows a more detailed view of what the Navteq 3D laser system can capture.
Photo by: Navteq

Pedestrian viewed with 3D lasers

This view from Navteq's 3D mapping technology shows both trees and a pedestrian crossing the road.
Photo by: Navteq

Google Street View car

Navteq isn't the only mapper gathering 3D data. Google has been doing so since at least 2008. This view shows one of Google's Street View cars, photographed by Gabriele Peloso.
Photo by: Gabriele Peloso/dnakiller


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