Did you miss Aerial Services May 29, 2013 presentation of “Mapping with Thermal Imaging” webinar? You are in luck! You can watch a full video of the talk, get a PDF version of the slides presented, and view a dataset via our website. Simply fill in the form below and you’ll be provided a link.
“Mapping with Thermal Imaging” Webinar – Video, Slide, & Dataset Access Form
Don’t Miss The Next Webinar!
Thanks to all those who attended and have shown interest in our webinar programming. Don’t forget to register for the next Aerial Services webinar in the Summer of 2013. Join us!
“LiDAR Applications You Can Use” – 6/19/13, 2PM (Central) – Free
Adam Campbell, LiDAR Specialist (Aerial Services)
June’s webinar will overview Light Imaging Detection and Ranging’s (LiDAR) abilities and possible applications, as discussed by Aerial Services LiDAR guru, Adam Campbell. This primer on LiDAR will discuss how it has become a common tool used in mapping and is being dispatched to complete more and more projects. Through this informative presentation, we’ll get you up-to-date on LiDAR technology, discuss “waveform technology”, and its ability to offer acquisition of digital elevation data for large-scale mapping projects. Ample example data will be displayed to give the flavor for what LiDAR can do for you. Register for this free presentation
“Ortho & LiDAR Accuracy Concepts” – 7/31/13, 2PM (Central) – Free
Mike Tully, President & CEO (Aerial Services)
For the July presentation we’ll discuss “Ortho & LiDAR Accuracy.” One of the major problems of using Ortho & LiDAR data today is the abundant availability of inexpensive data and information at multiple scales, resolutions, and time periods. Sources of errors tend to accumulate in these datasets. In order to increase accuracy of the final deliverable, it is imperative to know the source and amount of error associated with the final outcomes. This session will describe sources and causes of error when using multi-scale geospatial data and how to handle them professionally. It will also introduce methods used to reduce error and understand the relationship between scale and error. Register for this free presentation