Drone LIDAR Mapping Indonesia Monument, Garuda Wisnu Kencana
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Drone LIDAR Mapping Indonesia Monument, Garuda Wisnu Kencana

September 8, 2019


My name is Johannes Soekidi, Managing Director
of Halo Robotics LIDAR stands for Light Detection and Ranging,
using laser pulse technology to gather highly accurate 3D spatial data,
to be used to make all kinds of measurements in order to make as-built construction models, obtain a range of volumetric data and generate other data such as terrain and contour maps The method for data acquisition of Garuda
Wisnu Kencana is that we planned and conducted one flight per each side of the statue to scan it fully The post-processing of the data itself can
take as little as 2-3 hours and after that, the data will be merged together to be processed
and cleaned up further, depending on accuracy and requirements we want from the data

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