Screenshots of LiDAR data processing
Point cloud data, as a type of representation of 3D surfaces, are usually produced by airborne or on-ground laser scanning, also known as Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR). The data are often provided as sets of very dense (x, y, z) points or in a more complex, public file binary format called LAS that may include multiple returns as well as intensities. GRASS GIS supports basic and advanced lidar data processing and analysis.
For details, see the Lidar guide in the Wiki.
Gallery >> LiDAR | Last change: 15-Nov-2014