Last month, our office in St. John's, NL presented at the Geomatics Atlantic 2017 Conference on the topic of working with LAS binary, especially as it pertains to the determination of "dangerous trees" in the Electric Utilities sector. A portion of this work has lead to our development of the Integrated Forte application, but the recommendations and processes outlined in this talk are applicable to LAS binary regardless of outcome.
To view the presentation in its entirety, click on the image below or use the link provided here.
About the Conference
During the Year of Canada's 150th birthday, the Canadian Institute of Geomatics Newfoundland Branch (CIG-NL) celebrates the event with a conference themed around 150 years of geomatics expertise. Besides its usual sessions revolving around the state of the art in geomatics, Geomatics Atlantic 2017 will include presentations on the historical significance of geomatics in Canada and the Atlantic Provinces. Learn more about this event at https://www.geomaticsatlantic2017.com/.