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Do you have terrestrial, mobile or aerial LiDAR data available for your transportation project? Whether or not you are collecting yourself or outsourcing, you need the ability to quickly process this large data and extract exactly what you need, when you need it.
Please join DLT Solutions, Autodesk and industry partner Virtual Geomatics as they discuss the top 10 features that many transportation professionals need from a LiDAR solution. Using their VG4D product line, Virtual Geomatics will demonstrate its end-to-end solution for LiDAR processing while working within a CADD environment.
In this webcast, technical specialists will cover the following topics:
Date: Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Time: 2:00 p.m. EDT | 11:00 a.m. PDT (90 minutes)
Location: Online with GoToWebinar
is a Professional Engineer and Land Surveyor Intern within the transportation sales team at Autodesk. This team’s focus includes departments of transportation within the U.S. and Canada, airport authorities, and all other companies and agencies within the transportation sector. In 2009, Alan joined Autodesk from Bentley Systems where he worked for eight years. For the first six years at Bentley, he worked as a civil support engineer, performed services for the civil group (training, consulting, and implementations), and also did technical pre-sales. During the last two years, Alan managed Bentley's civil and geospatial technical support team. Prior to Bentley, Alan worked for a municipal utility company in Alabama. There he worked as a water and natural gas distribution engineer. Alan holds a BS in Civil Engineering from the University of Alabama in Huntsville.
is a recognized leader in the LiDAR processing software application development community. With more than a decade of experience creating both commercial and proprietary software applications in the areas of artificial neural networking, digital Image processing and facial recognition, and geospatial point cloud software applications. Ramesh has provided consulting and implementation leadership for many major 3D mapping projects for many industries and organizations of all types (private, federal, state and local government). An active contributing member of IEEE and the LAS specification committees, he received his BE, Electronics and Communication from the University of Madras and his MS, MS, Computer Science and Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology. Ramesh’s publications on developing advanced automatic extraction and classification algorithms have appeared in numerous industry journals including IEEE, ILMA, ILMF, SWUG, and many more.