BATHYMETRY OF SHALLOW WATERS paper WINS best of 2019!

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JOINT SCIENTIFIC ARTICLE ON LIDAR FOR BATHYMETRY OF VERY SHALLOW WATERS, UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF RIEGL, WINS ISPRS BEST PAPER OF 2019! Every year the ISPRS (International Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing) chooses the Best Paper of the Year from the wide range of publications in the ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing. For 2019, this award goes to the […]

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WEBINAR SERIES – RIEGL ‘ULTIMATE LIDAR’ – Free !!

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RIEGL ULTIMATE LIDAR WEBINAR SERIES – RIEGL will be hosting a series of FREE webinars in the month of April. April 2020 Schedule Learn more about the latest in LiDAR applications, workflows and new products without ever leaving your office! Click the images below to register for FREE these informative RIEGL webinars. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about […]

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Finding the Trees in the Canopy with Lidar at UNH

There are an estimated three trillion trees on the planet, and some people believe that one day we will be able to map and measure every one. Though this goal may still be far away, researchers at the University of New Hampshire have found that understanding the influence of forest structure may be the key to improving tree mapping capabilities. […]

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Airborne Lidar – Discrete Return or Full Waveform?

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This paper from 2011 provides an excellent treatment of the difference between discrete return airborne lidar and full waveform digital signal processing. Each has its strengths and weaknesses. Discrete return (DR) airborne lidar systems can record 4 returns Full waveform (FW) can record an unlimited number in theory Some systems provide both sensors DR is catching up to FW Excerpts […]

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Bringing Airborne LiDAR to the Commercial Market

  Puts everything into 3D world which provides more robust measurements of assets When the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) released the highly anticipated rules governing the operation of small UAS (sUAS) for commercial purposes, everything changed for drone and sensor manufacturers, aerial data service providers and forward thinking, innovative businesses. Scheduled to take effect by the end of August, the most […]

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