GeoCue/LP360 LIDAR Workshops

Upcoming LIDAR Workshops
 
North Carolina LP360 Workshop
Sheraton Hotel, Raleigh NC
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
8:00am – 5:00pm

 (Concurrent with the 2013 NC GIS Conference)
 QCoherent is offering a one-day LP360 Workshop, “QC and Derived Surface Models of LIDAR Data”, in concurrence with the North Carolina GIS Conference.

 LP360 Workshop

1 Day Workshop on QC and Derived Surface Models of LIDAR Data

Description: A one day workshop designed to familiarize users with the process of verifying the quality of LIDAR Data. The morning session concentrates on the visual and statistical checks used to evaluate LIDAR Data with an emphasis on data acceptance. The afternoon session focuses on more specific exploitation of LIDAR data with a focus on breakline generation and use in LIDAR derived surface models. During this workshop, demonstrations and hands-on exercises using QCoherent Software’s LP360 for ArcGIS™ will be used to highlight the topics of discussion.

 
LIDAR Workshops at ILMF

Hilton Garden Inn, Denver CO (Across from Colorado Convention Center)
Thursday, February 14, 2013
8:00am – 5:00pm
 GeoCue is offering two all day workshops in conjunction with the ILMF conference. We are covering Terrasolid content in one and LP360 in the other.

 Terrasolid Workshop

1 Day Terrasolid Workshop on New Features and Extracting Road Condition Information from mobile LIDAR Data and images

This one day workshop will highlight new features in Terrasolid’s TerraScan, TerraPhoto, TerraMatch, TerraModeler and TerraStereo products as well as a specific workflow for processing mobile laser data and images of a road to extract road condition information. The workflow will look at positional improvements, classification, orthophoto production and extraction of the road condition information. During this workshop, demonstrations and hands-on exercises using Terrasolid’s TerraScan, TerraPhoto and TerraMatch will be used to highlight the topics of discussion.

 LP360 Workshop

1 Day Workshop on QC and Derived Surface Models of LIDAR Data

A one day workshop designed to familiarize users with the process of verifying the quality of LIDAR Data. The morning session concentrates on the visual and statistical checks used to evaluate LIDAR Data with an emphasis on data acceptance. The afternoon session focuses on more specific exploitation of LIDAR data with a focus on breakline generation and use in LIDAR derived surface models. During this workshop, demonstrations and hands-on exercises using QCoherent Software’s LP360 for ArcGIS™ will be used to highlight the topics of discussion.

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