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LiDAR Workshop 2012

Date: 8:30 AM – 12 PM, Thursday, March 15th, 2012
Location: Merrick & Company, 2450 S. Peoria Street, Aurora, CO 80014, Tel: (303) 751-0741
This workshop reviews the latest concepts involving light detection and ranging (LiDAR), its real-world applications, current data processing and quality control approaches. The target audience of this workshop includes GIS managers, geospatial analysts, survey professionals and students.
LiDAR is an emerging optical remote sensing technology that uses pulses of light to determine an object’s range and other pertinent information. Most commonly, LiDAR is used to generate terrain products including surface models and elevation contours. LiDAR data is also being used to generate accurate 3D visualizations, which can be used for a variety of planning, development and training activities.
Cost: $50.00
Note: Main entrance located one (1) block south of E. Iliff Ave., on the east side of Peoria Street. Free parking available. Please note that all attendees are required to sign-in with the receptionist upon arrival at our office.
 

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