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Last Chance to Register for Multi-Sensor Data Fusion Webinar

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Advantages and Challenges of Multi-Sensor Data Fusion Webinar

Okay,  for all the last minute folks out there the time has come to register for an important and free educational webinar, entitled “Advantages and Challenges of a Multi-Sensor, 3D Data Fusion Strategy.” If you are not able to attend, by registering you will receive a link to the recording. You don’t want to miss this!

The being is tomorrow, Wednesday, November 20, 2019 at 2 PM EDT. This event, sponsored by RIEGL USA, will include an introduction to the key concepts, a discussion of two real world projects and a data fusion software demonstration. You will be able to immediately take advantage of the information being presented. If you are not able to attend, by registering

To Register for This Event Click Here!

The webinar will include:

  • A brief look at the early days of 3D lidar data fusion
  • Important references and resources for mobile mapping systems and UAS
  • The real world challenges of using multiple lidar sensors on a project
  • Best practices and lessons learned in the field and office
  • Expert processing of mobile mapping trajectories

The panelists will include:

Robert Dannenberg the Director 0f Unmanned Aviation at Maser Consulting PA. Rob is charged with the development and expansion of Remote Piloted Aircraft System (R-PAS) services as well as the firm’s data fusion capabilities specifically by combining remote sensing technologies to employ a more holistic approach for clients.

My-Linh Truong is the UAS/ULS Segment Manager at RIEGL USA. Ms. Truong has been with RIEGL USA since 2010, where she previously held the position of Training & Support Manager for Kinematic Systems.  Ms. Truong holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Central Florida.

Bring your questions on this important topic and please pass the word to your colleagues.

Join us on tomorrow, November 20, 2019 at 2 PM EDT by clicking here.

Even if you can’t attend, by registering you will automatically receive a link to the recorded webinar.

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