Webinar: Meeting the Needs of the Airborne LiDAR Market

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RIEGL USA is hosting a free webinar on Wednesday, July 18, 2018! Join us from 2:00-3:00 PM EST for Meeting the Needs of the Airborne LiDAR Market with RIEGL‘s Industry Leading ALS Sensor Portfolio and Latest Technological Developments!

If you would like to join this informative and fascinating webinar, click the following link: WEBINAR REGISTRATION

Vladimir Kadatskiy, Airborne Systems Segment Manager with RIEGL USA, and James Van Rens, Senior Vice President with RIEGL USA, will be discussing the latest airborne technologies and software that RIEGL has to offer for your airborne business needs.  They will also be hosting a Q&A where you will be able to ask anything about our sensors and software.

Join this webinar to learn about the latest airborne hardware developments that RIEGL has to offer including:

  • VQ-780i Waveform Processing Airborne Laser Scanner for Ultra Wide Area Mapping and High Productivity
  • VQ-1560i Dual Channel Waveform Processing Airborne LiDAR Scanning System
  • VQ-1560i-DW Dual Wavelength Waveform Processing Airborne LiDAR Scanning System
  • VQ-880-GH Topo-Hydrographic Airborne Laser Scanning System

We will also be discussing our new and improved software tool: RiPRECISION. This is a software tool that automatically helps you to adjust the GNSS/INS trajectories in your airborne LiDAR data, merging together overlapping scan data and resulting in a consistent point cloud of enhanced precision and increased georeferencing accuracy.

If you would like to join this informative and fascinating webinar, click the following link: WEBINAR REGISTRATION

 

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