The cost of collecting and acquiring LiDAR data continues to trend downward, making the data more accessible and available than ever before. But what are you supposed to do with this data? How can you make LiDAR work for you?
LiDAR data is useful for a variety of applications, informing decisions in urban planning, asset management, oil and gas, transportation, utility, and defense applications.
Aerial and mobile LiDAR data can be used to generate volumetric analytics for civil engineering design, mining operations, environmental and engineering studies, to capture/edit vector asset models for transportation and public works operations, and to generate elevation products for cartography.
Join Applications Engineer Mike Lane Thursday, May 18th at 11:30 a.m. EDT for a 30-minute webcast to learn how to process and exploit LiDAR data with Hexagon Geospatial technology.
If you missed our last webcast, Making LiDAR Work for You – Data Management you can now watch it on-demand to learn how your agency can start to manage large LiDAR datasets and quickly make them available for your staff to leverage.