Well, I made it to the south of France where I will be attending YellowScan’s Lidar for Drone conference on Wednesday and Thursday of this week. These small, highly focused events are often the best learning and networking experiences. Look for tweets and updates.
The YellowScan team would like to invite you to this year’s LiDAR for Drone Conference on March 20th & 21st in Montpellier, France.
This event is an excellent opportunity to discuss the latest developments in UAV LiDAR technologies, share experiences and meet your peers. Attendees will gain insight into the LiDAR industry, hear from interesting and innovative users of LiDAR and be part of this important ecosystem.
LiDAR for Drone is open to all those interested in LiDAR. We want to make it an event that gathers people around the topic of LiDAR in an intimate environment where they can get answers to all their questions and concerns.
The speakers are the highlight of the event, sharing their insights and providing tools to better use LiDAR systems. The two-day event will begin with a keynote from industry veteran, Lewis Graham the founder of GeoCue and AirGon. The morning will feature three multiple track sessions including use cases from highways, environmental, civil engineering, coastal erosion and vertical take-off and landing (VTOL).
The afternoon will include technology presentations and a round table discussion, followed by an evening of entertainment and networking.
Thursday will feature flight demos and workshops where there will be hands on use of vendor software, so bring your computer. The afternoon will include sessions on renewable energy and environmental restoration and the end of conference recap.
You can register here or on-site.
Hope to see you there.
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