April 02nd, 2020

YellowScan team

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Episode 1: Capture, process and fine-tune your LiDAR data

YellowScan presents new professional webinar series, “Straight to the point” for 2020. « Straight to the Point » is YellowScan’s brand spanking new webinar series for professional LiDAR operators and all those who appreciate the survey benefits of laser point clouds.

Our first season will provide six episodes, each with a dedicated Q & A session that lets you get into the nitty gritty. The first episode of our Straight to the Point series will be presented to you on April 02nd at 5PM GMT+2.

Episode 1 of “Straight to the Point” features a compelling review and how-to overview of our new, updated CloudStation® software with strip adjustment.

In this webinar, you’ll learn :

  • LiDAR workflow from capture to final outputs
  • How to translate your survey into point clouds
  • How-to overview of our new, updated CloudStation® software with strip adjustment

Speakers :

Morgane Selve

Communication Manager
YellowScan

Pierre Chaponnière

Application Engineer
YellowScan

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