Bluesky Funds University study of LiDAR for Detailed Tree Analysis

Bluesky Funds University of Leicester Study into use of LiDAR for Detailed Tree Analysis Leicestershire, UK, 12 October 2020 – Bluesky International is partnering with the UK’s University of Leicester to co-fund an advanced postgraduate degree study into the use of LiDAR, machine learning and artificial intelligence to create citywide maps of trees enriched with new levels of information. A […]

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Bluesky LiDAR Maps Help Landscape Partnership Champion the Past

Leicestershire, UK, 24 September 2020 – Aircraft mounted lasers are helping to reveal the rich archaeology within Cranborne Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Captured by aerial mapping company Bluesky, the highly accurate LiDAR data will be used by the Chase and Chalke Landscape Partnership to reveal previously unknown archaeology. Analysis of the Bluesky terrain mapping will inform ground truthing of potential […]

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Bluesky Laser Maps Quantock Hills to Reveal Archaeological Past

Bluesky Laser Maps Quantock Hills to Reveal Archaeological Past   Leicestershire, 07 August 2020 – Aerial mapping company Bluesky International is using state of the art, aircraft mounted lasers to create a 3D model of the Quantock Hills in Somerset. As England’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty the Quantock Hills has a distinctive character with exceptional beauty and cultural heritage. […]

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Mapping Flood Risk in the UK

Mapping Flood Risk in the UK Written by Faith Clark There are numerous types of floods and many ways of classifying them. According to Wikipedia floods are classified mainly by their source – areal, riverine, estuarine and coastal, urban and catastrophic and, although using different language, the UK’s Environmental Law Association’s website uses a similar, perhaps simpler, classification – coastal, […]

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