The Future of Aerial Lidar & Emerging Technologies
Please join us on Wednesday, February 28th @ 1pm EST
Lidar, which can generate up to 10 million pulses per second or more, creates a dense terrain model of unmatched accuracy when compared to manual photogrammetric collection. It is the most efficient three-dimensional modeling and surveying method available.

Join host Dr. Stewart Walker and a distinguished group of panelists for an inside look at the forces that are shaping the lidar marketplace. We'll review real-world implementations and today's most challenging projects, including:

Key differences between aerial lidar approaches
• Modern airborne mapping and emerging technologies
• A progress report—update on the USGS 3DEP initiative
• The next 3-5 years—challenges and opportunities

Panelist Jeff S. Lovin, CP, PS, is Woolpert's Senior Vice President and Director of Government Solutions and newly elected ASPRS Vice President.

Panelist Vicki Lukas is Chief, Topographic Data Services, United States Geological Survey (USGS).

Panelist Michael Sitar is the Business Manager of Teledyne Optech's Airborne Mapping Solutions Division.
Title: The Future of Aerial Lidar & Emerging Technologies
Date: Wednesday, February 28th, 2018
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST
Stick around for an interactive Q&A session with panelists after the presentation concludes.

This event is sponsored by Teledyne Optech.
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