ILMF Spotlight – Intergraph and Erdas

Featured LiDARNews ILMF Exhibitor – ERDAS – Intergraph (Booth #117) – Intergraph will showcase the full Intergraph and ERDAS product portfolio in booth 302, with special emphasis on the products’ LiDAR and point cloud functionality. In addition, we will present “High Resolution Point Clouds” during the ILMF Basics to LiDAR Workshop Series, detailing the applications and benefits of high-resolution point clouds from sensors such as the Leica ALS or stereo imagery processing software such as LPS eATE. For more information about our LiDAR technology, visit www.erdas.com/LiDAR.

Also check out their session "Point cloud change detection" by
Steve du Plessis, Director Photogrammetry, Intergraph Corporation at 10:00 am January 25 in the Centennial Room.  

"Point cloud change detection"

January 25, 10.00-10:30, Centennial FGH Room
Steve du Plessis, Director Photogrammetry, Intergraph Corporation

 

www.erdas.com/LiDAR

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