ASPRS LiDAR Presentation

Title: LiDAR Acquisition Best Practices, QA/QC Procedures and accuracy assessment to Insure a Quality LiDAR Product to The End User

Presented By: Jamie Young

Date & Time: Thursday, April 29th 11:00am – 12:00

The presentation will cover all aspects of best practices for LiDAR data acquisition. The data acquisition of LiDAR is pivotal in providing a quality LiDAR product but it is important to have the necessary tools and knowledge to assess the qualitative and quantitative aspects of your delivered data set. The presentation will cover the best processes and procedures of a successful data collection and the necessary collection of control data for accuracy assessment. In addition, aspects of qualitative and quantitative assessment will be addressed to provide a better understanding of how to verify a LiDAR data set. It is necessary to have assurances that the LiDAR data delivered meets the requirements of the desired applications and specifications. This will be discussed. Lastly, a discussion of relative and absolute accuracies, their relationship to each other and the importance of assessing these accuracies as they relate to the quality your LiDAR project will be covered.

For more Information on the ASPRS conference Please click on the Link:  http://www.asprs.org/SanDiego2010/index.html

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