LiDARnews Highlights Featured Presentations at ASPRS 2012

Via The LiDARnews team… The center of the LiDAR universe is going to be in Sacramento, California at the Convention Center starting Monday March 19 and running through Friday the 23rd for ASPRS 2012.

The conference theme, Imaging and Geospatial Technologies – Into the Future, offers a glimpse into a fascinating program filled with technical sessions, keynote speakers, workshops and more, all focused on what is to come for our industry.

Monday and Tuesday are reserved for a variety of workshops, user groups and committee meetings including a classified session, and on Tuesday at 1:00 PM the Mobile LiDAR committee. The conference officially opens Wednesday morning with a series of keynotes, award presentations and scholarship announcements. The technical sessions will run all day Wednesday and Thursday with LiDAR being a key topic.


Featured Presentations at ASPRS 2012

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"Airborne and Terrestrial LiDAR in Education: Advanced Training for New Technologies"
March 21, 9:15 – 10:45pm, Room 311
Thomas Jordan, Centre for Remote Sensing and Mapping Science
Airborne and Terrestrial LiDAR Track #1

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"Issues Relating to LiDAR and the LAS Specification"
March 21, 11:00 – 12:00pm, Room 316
The New ASPRS Lidar Division
Hot Topics Session

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"A Cloud-Computing Framework for Point Cloud editing"
March 21, 1:30 – 3:00pm, Room 319
Fengliang Xu, ERDAS
Cloud Computing Track #2

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"Mobile Systems Angular Alignment Quality Analysis"
March 21, 3:30-5:00, Room 305
Joshua France, Riegl USA
Accuracy/Error:Instruments Track #1

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"Lidar Division Public Meeting"
March 22, 11:00-12:00, Room 312
The New ASPSRS Lidar Division

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"Urban Surveying using Mobile Mapping and its Related Complexities"
March 22, 1:30-3:00, Room 319
Stephen Clancy, Optech Incorporated
Mobile Mapping Track

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"Automatic 3D Building Generation for Lidar and Image Data using a Hybrid Approach"
March 22, 3:30-5:00, Room 316
Eunja Kwak, University of Calgary
Urban Mapping Track #2

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"Lidar Bare-Earth Modelling of Overhanging Cliffs – Extending 2.5D Lidar Classifiers to Handle 3D Surface Classification"
March 23, 9:00-10:30, Room 311
Robert Pack, Utah State University
Airborne and Terrestria Lidar Track #4

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"Classification of Terrestrial Laser Scanning Data Based on Dominant Line Detection"
March 23, 11:00-12:30, Room 311
Chao Luo, York University
Airborne and Terrestrial Lidar Track #5

 

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