LiDAR stands for Light Detection and Ranging. It’s one of the most impressive modern-day mapping technologies and is seeing increasing usage within the oil and gas industry. It’s primarily been used to map slope and vegetation height maps, as well as elevation plans, flow accumulation models and derived slope angles.
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