New York University has made the largest public LiDAR data set ever collected available, via its Center for Urban Science and Progress. The laser scanned data, collected using aerial LiDAR instruments, is about 30 times as dense as a typical data set at a resolution of around 300 points per square meter, and covers a 1.5km square region of Dublin’s city center. The data was collected… Read More on Tech Crunch
NYU releases the largest LiDAR dataset ever to help urban development
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