LIDAR, which stands for Light Detection and Ranging,is a remote sensing method that uses light in the form of a pulsed laser to measure variable distances to the Earth or a structure. By combining these light pulses with other data recorded by the airborne system generate precise, three-dimensional information about the shape of the Earth and its surface characteristics.
LIDAR systems allow scientists and mapping professionals to examine both natural and manmade environments with accuracy, precision, and flexibility. LIDAR can be used to produce more accurate shoreline maps, make digital elevation models for use in geographic information systems, to assist in emergency response operations, and in many other applications.
There are two types of LIDAR are topographic and bathymetric;Topographic LIDAR typically uses a near-infrared laser to map the land, while bathymetric lidar uses water-penetrating green light to also measure seafloor and riverbed elevations.
A LIDAR packages commonly consists of a laser, a scanner, and a specialized >GPS receiver. Due to the size of the required equipment, airplanes and helicopters have been the most commonly used platforms for acquiring LIDAR data. Thunder Tiger Aviation UAV's unrivalled Payload, Stability and Flight times now allow the capture of highly accurate and detailed LiDar images with a drone
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