European LiDAR Mapping Forum

By on 1 March, 2012

The third European LiDAR Mapping Forum will be held from 4-5 December 2012 in Salzburg, Austria.

WHEN: 2012-12-04 to 2012-12-05
WHERE: Salzburg, Austria
STATE: International

The third European LiDAR Mapping Forum will be held from 4-5 December 2012 in Salzburg, Austria.

ELMF is the European conference and exhibition for airborne, bathymetric and terrestrial LiDAR, with a particular focus on mobile mapping systems.

More than 60 exhibiting companies and 600 delegates are expected to attend.

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European Lidar Mapping Forum

By on 8 September, 2010

Attend the newly-launched European LiDAR Mapping Forum and gain access to over 40 technical papers focused on Airborne LIDAR, Mobile Mapping, Bathymetric and Coastal LIDAR.

WHEN: 2010-11-30 to 2010-12-01
WHERE: The Hague, Netherlands
STATE: International

Over 45 leading LIDAR manufacturers and service providers exhibiting. Over 40 technical papers presented in two days.

Supported by the largest ever European exhibition dedicated solely to LIDAR technology and services.

The Airborne LIDAR session has an unparalleled selection of specialist briefings on the latest technologies and trends, supported by real-world project experiences.  Three sessions have been devoted to Mobile Mapping highlighting the rapidly growing applications including; road, rail and boat-mounted LIDAR.  Exciting developments with Bathymetric and Coastal LIDAR will be explored as this specialist technology advances into deeper waters. 

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