Are you or your company considering drone based LiDAR? 3D modeling performed by drone LiDAR allows you to acquire a point cloud and georeference it in just a few minutes! Join Microdrones in this webinar replay and find out how LiDAR Microdrones technology has been used to scan EDF's hydraulic infrastructure at the Guerlédan dam. Please note, this webinar is presented in French.
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During this webinar we will present the results of 140 min flight and a few minutes of data processing which led to the visualization of a high quality 3D colorized model.
This webinar will allow you to:
- Understand the concept, applications and advantages of LiDAR on board a drone
- Discover how this technology has made it possible to scan difficult-to-access hydraulic infrastructures
- Examine the Lidar workflow on drones, which allows to reduce the time of data acquisition and processing
About the hosts
Vincent Legrand is Vice-President of Microdrones in charge of global sales. Before joining Microdrones, he worked in the topographic equipment industry for 15 years. Vincent managed global sales of a new brand of surveying instruments and previously managed Europe-Middle East and Africa sales of a premium brand.
Vincent is now working with his team to develop Microdrones sales on all continents, focusing primarily on the adoption of new technologies such as Lidar.
Irene Jimenez is Microdrones' sales manager for southern Europe. She is passionate about innovation and customer experience, she has 8 years of experience in international marketing and sales. Graduated in business administration with a specialization in sales and marketing and an MBA in international trade obtained in France. She is responsible for developing sales of Microdrones in southern Europe, focusing primarily on the adoption of new technologies such as LiDAR.
Nicolas Seube Chief Scientist R&D Director
Nicolas SEUBE has a Doctorate in Applied Mathematics and a Habilitation to Direct Research from the University of Paris IX Dauphine. He was Professor and coordinator of Hydrography training at ENSTA Bretagne from 1994 to 2014, Scientific Director of the CIDCO Research Center (Canada) from 2014 to 2018 and served as Director Software R&D of Geown France, a company specializing in LiDAR and photogrammetric data processing for drones.
His research interests include uncertainty models and quality analysis of LiDAR systems, calibration of LiDAR and photogrammetric systems, feature extraction and automatic classification of point clouds.
If you're interested in learning more about adding Drone Lidar to your work flow, CLICK HERE to schedule a meeting with one of our representatives.