I am not perfect, my wife will tell you that in abundance and yesterday I realised just how rubbish I am….I was sent a LiDAR capture of some woods and no matter what I did, it wouldn’t render in the right place. I knew the cloud was captured in EPSG 27700 (British National Grid) using […]
Published in xyHt October 17 2017: http://www.xyht.com/spatial-itgis/making-heightmaps/ So there is no hiding it, I’ve been building a lot of 3d data recently, partly to sell, partly to fuel my adventures into augmented reality (if your interested in me adding this to the blog, please say!). The main thing that has been vital has been the heightmap. […]
The Environment Agency is placing two sets of LiDAR data – an aerial map created by laser scans – into the open data realm as part of a move to encourage more third parties into flood risk modelling.
ArcGIS workflows for Big Data As many of you may know, recently I have been trying to work (unsuccessfully) with ArcGIS and offshore data (Bathymetry, benthic, marine mammals etc) and mostly this data comes under the Patrick Pickles “If its bigger than a spreadsheet, it is big data”. All this has changed, thanks to a […]