Routescene UAS LiDAR featured at ASPRS Virtual Conference Presentations

Posted on June 22, 2020 in

Routescene UAS LiDAR has been heavily involved in projects being presented at the ASPRS Virtual Technical Conference this week.

These presentations were planned as part of the face-to-face Geoweek, ASPRS conference, first in March and then July 2020. They are now part of the ASPRS 2020 Annual Conference Virtual Technical Program, during the week of 22-26th June 2020.

Don’t miss this presentation on Tuesday 23rd June which illustrates how the Routescene UAS LiDAR system proved its value in a large scale project to LiDAR map an area of the Seward Peninsula in Alaska, USA.

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Challenges and Opportunities of UAS LiDAR Mapping of an Arctic Tundra Watershed

Tuesday 23rd June – 11:45am Eastern Daylight Time

Presented by Adam Colins – Los Alamos National Laboratory

Author(s): Adam Collins, Christian Andresen, Lauren Charsley-Groffman, Tom Cochran, Julian Dann, Emma Lathrop, Gert Riemersma, Erika Swanson, Andre Tapadinhas, Cathy Wilson

Arctic landscapes are rapidly changing and are expected to become an increasingly large climate forcing component in the future. In order to better understand hydrological and biogeochemical processes governing arctic landscape evolution across multiple spatial scales, high-resolution surface topography and vegetation maps are essential but often unavailable at sufficient spatial and temporal resolution. Field campaigns were conducted in the summers of 2017 and 2018 on the Seward Peninsula in Alaska, USA with a heavy-lift uncrewed aerial system (UAS)-based LiDAR instrument to map topography and vegetation at the watershed scale. These campaigns were executed in complex terrain, under a wide range of environmental conditions, with different four- and five-person teams working in close collaboration with Routescene Inc.

In this case study, we discuss the challenges we encountered and overcame, and the new opportunities we uncovered through our UAS based LiDAR campaigns over dense vegetation in the arctic tundra environment. Data will be presented regarding levels of effort required for successful mission completion, lessons learned, and best practices for safely and efficiently obtaining LiDAR data at the quality necessary to acquire this remarkable high-resolution data.

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See details of other presentation at ASPRS Virtual Conference featuring Routescene UAV LiDAR system. Click here.

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