VeriDaaS plans statewide California LiDAR mapping project

VeriDaaS Corp., a geospatial solutions company,  is planning a high-density LiDAR elevation data collection at a minimum of 30 points per meter (ppm) over the entire State of California in the Spring 2021.   

 

The geospatial data will be utilized across a wide range of private-sector vertical markets including electric utilities, transportation, telecom, insurance, and architecture/engineering/construction (AEC), as well as Federal, State and Local Government groups.

VeriDaaS will be using the Geiger-mode LiDAR sensor systems and multiple fixed-wing aircraft for the project. The Geiger-mode sensors are optimized for highly efficient collection of high-density data from higher altitudes while maintaining precision and accuracy over wide geographic areas. The elevation data collected will then be processed and classified to generate derived products and analytical information to support decision-makers across multiple vertical markets. VeriDaaS and its partner network will generate the derived products to meet the specific needs of the users in each targeted vertical market.

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