Webinar – Maximize Your LiDAR Investment with ERDAS IMAGINE

Please join us for our webinar, Maximize Your LiDAR Investment with ERDAS IMAGINE.

Whether collected by LIDAR sensors or created via stereo imagery correlation software, high resolution point clouds provide rich data sources for a variety of real-world applications. But, how do you extract this useable information from the data?

During this webinar, Intergraph will illustrate how simple it is  to ingest LAS-formatted point clouds in ERDAS IMAGINE and apply shaded relief and color wrapping for 2D viewing or open them in IMAGINE Virtual GIS for 3D viewing. In addition, we will demonstrate how to import different returns to a surface file, as well as the use of ERDAS IMAGINE’s DEM tools to conduct simple change detection analyses.

For more information on techniques for processing terrain data, see our Fundamentals of ERDAS IMAGINE 2 class.

Register Now – Wednesday, May 2 @ 10 AM (GMT -4)

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3 Responses to Webinar – Maximize Your LiDAR Investment with ERDAS IMAGINE

  1. I encourage you to attend the ERDAS web-seminar. And after attend the webinar, I further encourage you to download LAStools (http://lastools.org/download/lastools.zip) and do the exact same operations at 10 times the speed for much larger inputs either for free or at a fraction of the price … (-;

  2. We have a Velodyne Lidar which is the smallest in the industry. This is flown in a helicopter UAV.

    It foes not have any processing software. It only outputs .pcap files. Can you please guide us how we can integrate our lidar with your ERDAS system.

    Manufacturer;s website is http://www.velodynelidar.com

  3. Paulino Lacap says:

    Thanks Martin. Just recently saw your comment. I will try this approach.

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