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The broad acceptance of LiDAR data as an essential tool for 3D modeling, mapping and analysis is fostering expanded use into new application spaces, including airborne and mobile corridor mapping, railway asset management, transportation design and construction, long-range glacial modeling from static sensors and ISR initiatives via UAV platforms.
ILSC 2013 is especially exciting with Optech's recent announcements of the Orion H300 ALTM, Pegasus HA500, CS-10000 medium and CS-15000 large format digital cameras, multiple sensor and gyro-stabilizing mounts and software enhancements. Topics of interest will include enhanced efficiencies and productivity through sensor refinements, complete integrated solutions, real-time displays for complete coverage verification, and multi-sensor flight planning and processing software.
Optech's ILSC 2013 is an open forum for industry professionals to meet and network to discuss best practices and real-world LiDAR and imaging solutions.
“Change is very rapid in our industry, and a forum focused on practical solutions to problems is a real benefit to our existing and potential clients,” says Max Elbaz, president, Optech, Inc. ”Optech's airborne, static and mobile LiDAR systems are well-integrated with camera and software workflows, so we're excited to have you join us to explore real-world issues more deeply.”
More information is available on Optech's website at www.optech.com/ilsc2013.