The Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries has launched the Lidar Data Viewer interactive map, which offers additional data and new features that make exploring and downloading lidar easier than ever before.
Visit the viewer: https://gis.dogami.oregon.gov/lidarviewer/
Since the Oregon Lidar Consortium (OLC) was formed in 2007, DOGAMI has collaborated on collection of lidar data with more than 80 partners. The viewer offers OLC data for free download, and now includes data from 18 recent OLC projects.
The newly available data includes:
For more information about the Lidar Data Viewer or the Oregon Lidar Consortium, contact:
Oregon Lidar Consortium Coordinator
Joe Gordon to present at PSU: Fusion of Multispectral Imagery and LiDAR for Classification of Oregon White OakRead Now
Washington DNR-Geology is growing their lidar program and are looking for qualified applicants for 2 LiDAR positions, Specialist & Manager.
For job postings:
Portland State University's Geography Department has added a new class for the Fall 2013 term, Geog 4/510 Advanced Lidar Analysis and Applications. If you are interested in learning more about how to work with LiDAR data this will be of interest to you.
Click for a detailed course description.
"The ASPRS Airborne Topographic Lidar Manual"
Mike Renslow, Photogrammetric Consultant, advanced technologies
Friday, April 26th, 2013, 12:00 noon - 1:15 pm.
Portland State University, Cramer Hall, Room 413
Come out for a presentation and meet-and-greet with this topic guru.
Free refreshments! All are welcome.
A general meeting of the PSU ASPRS student chapter will follow the presentation. Sponsored by the Columbia River Region American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS)
Jacob MacDonald, a physical scientist at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, will present "Applying Digital Terrain Modeling to Water Resource Engineering."
Mr. MacDonald will be discussing projects that
he has been involved with, including:
- Comparing and contrasting applications of LiDAR and photogrammetry for various terrain types
- Tracking river sediment movement with LiDAR
- Topographic and bathymetric data integration for hydraulic modeling
- Lidargrammetry (LiDAR-photogrammetry hybrid) and hydro-flattening/ hydro-enforcement
- The future of bathymetric LiDAR and terrestrial laser scanning
Date: Friday, March 4, 2011
Time: noon to 1 pm
Location: Cramer Hall, Room 413
This event is free and all are welcome!
Free refreshments will be provided.