3 Tips About UAV LiDAR
First Webinar of a Four-Part Series.
Everything you want to know about using UAV LiDAR. This is event 1 of a 4 part series designed to inform you about using Light Detection and Range technology and point clouds in your business. This is manufacture agnostic, meaning you can look at LidAR USA, or Yellowscan, or Pheonix LiDAR, or Riegl, or even Velodyne and still learn the basics
Here we will get into:
1. The equipment – What is really important in the box?
2. Accuracy – What accuracy can you really expect, from what component, and methods?
3. Workflow – We will go through the field and back-office and what is different? Where is the value?
What You Will Learn From This Webinar:
TIP#1: How Drone LiDAR Actually Works
Robotic and car lidar sensors entering the market has created a real opportunity, but the solution goes beyond the sensor head. We will demystify the equipment for you.
TIP #2: What Accuracy You Can Expect
This is critical. How do you ensure you get high-quality data? There are many processes you can use today to increase accuracy, we will show you how…
Tip #3: How is Field Work being Transformed
Do you know when to use LiDAR? Laser measurements offer specific advantages. We will show you where the workflow is advancing traditional fieldwork. .
Leo has always had a passion for business and has started several ventures since he first enrolled at Clemson University. He began his journey in the UAS industry as a remote pilot in 2016 providing aerial photography & data collection services. Leo has completed hundreds of missions in the real estate, insurance, roofing, energy, and construction industries. After establishing himself firmly in the drone industry, he realized his desire to also help other pilots start and grow their own aerial imaging businesses. This is when he and his partner created Skye Link, a professional drone service platform & marketplace that gives remote pilots the opportunities and resources to find success in this exciting industry.
Dan is a 20 year veteran in remote sensing and drone industries. As a Top Gun instructor he has taught hundreds of people how to fly and perform multi-sensor geo-spatial collection. Dan commanded several special ops drone units in support of international reconstruction efforts. As a MQ-9 Reaper project manager he oversaw production, delivery, and training of drones and sensors payload. Because he understands the complete drone ecosystem and data utilization he often is asked to consult for Qualcomm, Intel, PwC, Verizon, AT&T, FAA, universities, and more