Category Archives : Out and About


See LizardTech in Denver and Reno

Two important conference are coming up in the next couple weeks, and LizardTech will be exhibiting at both of them. This week in Denver, we’ll be sharing a space (booths #117-120) with our business partner, CompassTools, at GIS in the Rockies. Together, we will be demonstrating the latest version of GeoExpress, our software solution for […]


A Floating Bridge’s Retirement

A few of us from LizardTech had the opportunity to tour the SR 520 bridge replacement project organized by our local chapter of the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS). We were able to get an up-close and personal view of what’s involved in replacing a four-lane highway that floats on water. The […]


GeoExpress 9.5 Unveils LiDAR Compression at the Esri UC

The LizardTech booth is sure to be a hopping place at the Esri User Conference this month. We’ll be unveiling the latest version of GeoExpress, conducting a ‘Pain Points’ survey and hosting a Guess-the-Lizards contest. So put booth #2310 on your official agenda for what promises to be a busy show in San Diego.   […]


Same Lizard, Same Magic

What do flying turtles, a Bob Odenkirk look alike, dogs on boogie boards and neon lizards have in common? If your answer was that all of these have appeared in LizardTech advertisements dating back to 1999 (and aren’t a crazy idea for a game show), then you are correct! LizardTech has been around for a […]


OpenStreetMap

OpenStreetMap 10th Anniversary Event

On Saturday, August 9th, several dozen cities around the world celebrated the 10 year anniversary of OpenStreetMap! For those of you not familiar with OpenStreetMap, it is an ongoing project to create a free, global map entirely from user contributed data. The data is available for download, modification, and even commercial use with few restrictions. Some well-known […]


LizardTech Workshop at GeCo in the Rockies

GeCo in the Rockies is just around the corner, and the conference workshops are filling up fast. The workshops span topics as varied as using LP360 for LiDAR processing, programming Python scripts for ArcGIS, collecting data with Trimble software, and how to integrate LizardTech’s MrSID format into your geospatial workflow. LizardTech’s workshop will cover how […]


Big Bertha Tour

Last week, a few of us went for a hosted tour of Seattle’s SR 99 Tunnel Project with the local chapter of ASPRS (the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing).  For those who aren’t local to Seattle, the project involves digging a 60-foot wide tunnel two miles under the city.  The digging itself is being done by the […]