To create the highest quality pointclouds, surveyors need to effectively combine their LiDAR survey data with the navigation data of an INS.
To ensure results are the best they can be, the angles measured between the LiDAR and INS coordinate frames need to be precise. However, this can be very difficult and costly, and failure to do so can lead to an unusable pointcloud.
Using a data-driven approach to calibrating these angles can reduce survey set up time, ensure quality and improve survey ROI – but where do you start?
Join Jacob Amacker, OxTS Product Engineer at 15:30 hrs (GMT) on Thursday, 25th February as we talk about using data for boresight calibration.
During the webinar you will:
- Learn why this calibration is so important.
- Understand how adopting a data-driven technique to calibration can help you streamline operations and increase ROI.
- See example before and after calibration results.
The webinar is free to register and all registrants will receive a recording after the event.
If you missed this webinar, you can watch the recording via this link: Improving LiDAR survey applications with a data-driven approach to hardware set-up