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+ - Scanning railroad tracks in 3D->

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An anonymous reader writes "Control Engineering has an article about how the railroad companies are using high-speed 3D scanning at 30 mph to detect defects in railroad track. Up until now, amazingly, people have been walking the track to judge the condition of it."
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