Join us for our final Wednesday Webinar of 2019, as we’ve put together a special gift for you just in time for the holidays. We’re pleased to present a special webinar that dives into the science behind LiDAR and Precision Mapping led by Dr. Mohamed Mostafa, Director mdSolutions, Microdrones.
This webinar is intended for the unmanned airborne lidar user community including mapping professionals, land surveyors, managers, and decision makers to understand the underlying concepts of lidar from the technical and business perspective, in the form of theory and practice.
Dr. Mostafa will review the fundamentals of GPS, GNSS Differencing, GNSS-Aided Inertial Navigation, Georeferencing, Calibration, Quality Control and the Best Practices that account for gathering highly accurate data with a drone.
Date: Wednesday, December 18 9:00AM EST or 6:00PM EST
In this one-hour webinar we will cover:
- The concepts of GNSS/IMU
- The science behind the datums
- Quality Assurance / Quality Control and a review of best practices
- Invitation to Special Offer for attendees only
Seats are limited and issued on a first come, first serve basis to the first 500 professionals to register.
Please CLICK HERE to register for the webinar or copy and paste this link into your browser: https://lp.microdrones.com/webinar-uas-lidar-for-precision-mapping-the-science-behind-the-data/?utm=mdblog
We look forward to exploring more about the science behind drone-based LiDAR!
About the host:
Dr. Mohamed Mostafa, Director mdSolutions
Dr. Mostafa has a Ph.D. in Geomatics Engineering from the University of Calgary and more than 18 years of experience in system design, development, integration, calibration, and quality control. He has managed and delivered projects in the United States, Canada, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East and has contributed to more than 160 technical publications, including the Manual of Photogrammetry 5th edition and the DEM User Manual. He served as Vice President of Commission 1 (sensors and platforms) for the International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS) and as the Chair of the Direct Georeferencing Committee of the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS). Currently he serves as the Chair of the ASPRS Precision Mapping by UAS Committee. He won 11 international awards over the last 26 years.