Monthly Archives: February 2011

Feature Extraction

The following presentation is on innovations in feature extraction that I did at ILMF. Please let me know what you think. It may take a couple of minutes to come up depending on the speed of your network. feature_extraction Advertisements

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LiDAR for Dummies

The book “LiDAR for Dummies” is no longer available. I will see If I can find another resource for the book somewhere else or if they are going to get more.

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Making LiDAR More Photogenic

Please check out the link below for the article by Jason Stoker, “Making LiDAR More Photogenic; Creating Band Combinations from Lidar Information”. Thanks Jason for providing this article. StokerPERSMarch10_articleonly

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Calibration- MAPPS

Please see correction on the post below per feedback

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Correction: Calibration- MAPPS meeting discussion

I wanted to correct this post because apparently, what I heard was not exactly what was said but it was inferred and some folks in our industry believe that TerrMatch is the only way to effectively calibrate. This post earlier … Continue reading

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LiDAR Publications Coming Soon

Professional Surveyor will be publishing an article on Optechs LMS software in next months Magazine. Also, another Mobile Mapping article provided by Optech will be coming out in one of the Trade magazines in the next two months. If you … Continue reading

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ILMF- Hot Topics NERC

Torin Haskell Will be presenting at ILMF Monday February 7th at 10:00am on The NERC regulations and LiDAR. If you are there I highly recommend his presentation. He has provided us with the presentation if you can’t attend. Please click … Continue reading

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