UAV or Drone LiDAR Mapping
UAV LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) is a remote sensing technology that uses LiDAR mounted on a UAV, also known as a drone, to capture highly accurate and detailed 3D data of the environment.
UAV LiDAR works similarly to terrestrial LiDAR, emitting laser pulses toward the ground and measuring the time it takes for the pulses to bounce back to the sensor. The drone-mounted LiDAR system captures multiple laser returns per pulse, which allows for more detailed data collection and more accurate measurements of the environment.
UAV LiDAR can be used in a variety of applications, including forestry, agriculture, urban planning, and mining. For example, in forestry, UAV LiDAR can be used to map the canopy height and density of a forest, allowing for better forest management and monitoring of forest health.
One of the advantages of UAV LiDAR is its ability to cover large areas quickly and efficiently, allowing for more frequent data collection and monitoring of changes in the environment over time.
Additionally, the use of UAVs reduces the need for ground-based surveying, which can be time-consuming and costly.
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