MAPPS is once again a supporting organization for the International LiDAR Mapping Forum (ILMF) to be held February 17-19, 2014 in Denver, CO.
I will provide a briefing as part of the opening sessions on February 17 on "Regulatory and Budgetary Impacts – What is Happening at the Federal Level”. The briefing will provide an update on the Federal Aviation Administration’s regulation of LiDAR system installations and how MAPPS has worked on with the FAA to ease the burden on LiDAR operators. The presentation will also provide an overview of the current budgetary climate in Washington, DC, the status of the USGS’s 3-Dimentional Elevation Program (3DEP), and an overview of what can be expected in 2014 with the passage of a federal budget.
MAPPS members receive a 10% discount on their registration for the conference. Click here to register. The registration code for MAPPS members is 108315.
If you registered without receiving the discount, please contact me directly through email.
A message from ILMF:
The highly acclaimed international conference offers an opportunity to learn about the latest advances in technology and hear about changes and developments first hand from experts in the profession. Find out more about data capture systems, data fusion/classification and processing techniques and the increasing integration of key technologies. Listen to case studies highlighting actual experiences and lessons learned.
Running alongside the conference is an exhibition of dozens of system and component manufacturers, operators and service companies who will be showcasing new LiDAR products and a wide range of new technologies and services. Exhibitors include airborne, terrestrial and bathymetric LiDAR, and complementary sensor manufacturers, survey service companies, data processing, GIS and management specialists and the latest mobile mapping vehicles.
ILMF attracts LiDAR professionals from around the world, providing an exceptional opportunity to network and learn from peers.
Mobile Mapping Vehicles
Mobile mapping vehicles will be on hand for all visitors wishing to view and experience the latest technological developments in mobile mapping.
ASPRS Hot Topics
The American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) will host a "hot topics” session to provide an update on activities of the society associated with LIDAR and point cloud processing. Among these activities are: The new concept of LAS domain profiles
• The newly created bathymetric profile for littoral mapping
• Accuracy metrics being jointly developed by the ASPRS and the USGS for LIDAR calibration and project geometric correction
• Best practices specifications for mobile laser scanning
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