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May 30th, 2017
LiDAR for Drone 2017: Yellowscan International User Conference

Montpellier, France – YellowScan has put together a diverse and exciting agenda for the YellowScan LiDAR for Drone 2017 User Conference, proving the broad usage of YellowScan LiDAR equipment in applications such asarcheology, forestry, powerlines, surveying, mining and civil engineering.

We are extremely excited to be working with renowned international partners and speakers from Applanix, TerraSolid, Velodyne Lidar, Trimble, ACE1 (Japan), Chiba University (Japan), Juniper Unmanned (USA), LAStools (Germany), L’Avion Jaune (France),  GIM International, Aird’Eco (France), Hemav (Spain), Geoinspect (Ireland), CNRS (France), Inside GNSS & Inside Unmanned systems (USA) and more, focusing on LiDAR technologies and its applications all over the world.

As part of the event, YellowScan will be presenting a technical conference about  point density under vegetation with the Surveyor and the Mapper LiDAR systems, as well as a  use case comparison between the Yellowscan Surveyor and Photogrammetry.

In addition to the spectacular  Chateau visit, wine tasting workshops and Jazz Concert, attendees will have an opportunity to gain insight into current and future product plans; to hear from interesting and innovative users of Lidar tools; to pick up useful tips and tricks for optimizing the application of both YellowScan Mapper and Surveyor; and to participate in the ongoing collaborative development process by providing feedback and requests to the YellowScan team.

Why attend this event?

  • Industry Case Studies find out how others are using YellowScan LiDAR systems
  • What’s New and What’s Coming learn about new features, tell us what you need
  • Make Connections see who’s doing what and how they’re doing it
  • Share What You Learn help others with efficient workflows
  • Enjoy your time in the Chateau de Flaugergues and the beautiful city of Montpellier
  • Social activities: Wine tasting, concert and More

A 30% discount is available for registations before the 31th of May using the code YS30IUC2017 

To see the full program and register, visit:  http://www.yellowscan.fr/news/conf2017

At YellowScan we design, develop and produce UAV Mapping solutions for professional applications. Fully integrated, ultra-light and easy to use, these highly automated data collection tools are used by customers around the world in fields such as surveying, forestry, environmental research, archeology, corridor mapping, civil engineering and mining.

With more than 12 years of field experience, YellowScan is committed to delivering the highest level of performance, reliability and robustness for its solutions. Our platforms are field tested all over the world in multiple environments (tropical forest, bare soil, mountains, rivers, coast lines, open-pit mine, power lines).