Date changed to June 5 @ noon
Dr. Mathieu Bourbonnais will speak about the new LiDAR dataset becoming available in BC.
LiDAR(light detection and ranging) is an optical remote-sensing technique that uses laser light to densely sample the surface of the earth, producing highly accurate x,y,z measurements. Lidar, primarily used in airborne laser mapping applications, is emerging as a cost-effective alternative to traditional surveying techniques such as photogrammetry. Lidar produces mass point cloud datasets that can be managed, visualized, analyzed, and shared using ArcGIS.
View Dr. Bourbonnais's bio at https://ourstories.ok.ubc.ca/stories/mathieu-bourbonnais/
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The webinar will be held at https://bcia.adobeconnect.com/lidar/