your cursor over the image (right), the first image
shows the irregular X,Y,Z,I (intensity) and the second
image shows the Digital Elevation Model (DEM). Check
out our gallery
to see the DEM with aerial photography overlaid.
are created by gridding LiDAR data. In gridded data,
each cell is assigned a value based on surrounding elevation
points. This gives the data a continuous distribution
resulting in a smooth surface when displayed.
a project in Lyme Regis, we combined Terrestrial
Laser scans of the beach with airborne LiDAR data.
the airborne LiDAR, we were able to penetrate
the foliage on the cliff in order to model the
(example shown left)