Tag Archives: LiDAR

How can we use better Lidar data analysis?

Analysing Lidar data for fun and business benefit

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Lidar is a technology that produces incredibly useful data that can be used to measure the environment. It’s a key part of self-driving cars – and the applications go much further than that.

Serge Wich is in the Amazon using Lidar on drones to aid orang-utan conservation – the software can actually tell orang-utans alongside apart from other species. But where Lidar has the most promise is in the built environment. 3D modelling with Lidar solves so many problems organisation have with building metrics.

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Turning LiDAR Data into Actionable Insight

default rendering of DSM in QGIS
Default rendering of DSM in QGIS on top of OS StreetView

My pitch to Open Data Camp 3 is to demonstrate my work with LiDAR data showing how it can be used to provide insights which can improve efficiency in a variety of business sectors. Continue reading Turning LiDAR Data into Actionable Insight