Week in and week out, you face a multitude of projects and geospatial challenges. For one project, you need to use a drone to capture data from above to avoid danger on foot, and another you may need a mobile mapping rig to capture data in a populous area.
For some projects, you may need the best of both drone and mobile LiDAR. With all of these options, geospatial professionals have more powerful tools than ever before, but prioritizing the right hardware and software to meet your business challenges can be a daunting task.
Planning to acquire a drone and/or mobile mapping LiDAR system and wondering what to do next? You are not alone; it’s a big decision and requires a combination of hardware, software, training, and support. GeoCue’s TrueView 3D Imaging Sensors (3DIS) and Microdrones’ integrated payload platforms have provided a technical advantage for several years now, and our team can help make your decision-making process a bit easier.
Learn how to use TrueView and Microdrones survey equipment to collect data and then generate highly accurate true 3D colorized point clouds and inspection imagery. We will provide practical field examples of projects visualized in LP360, a robust and fully integrated software suite. Even if you already own a drone and/or mobile mapping LIDAR system, our LP360 software discussion will show you how to streamline your client projects, from analyzing data to generating final products and compiling reports.
Our team will show you what to look for to select the right equipment and software to successfully complete your geospatial projects. Participants will take away a better understanding of how to identify which products fit their needs based on application and project specifications.
Registration is required to attend this session. $95 registration fee.