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July 9th, 2012
3D Laser Mapping Launches Australian Training Programme

Terrasolid developers will be present at the conference to help  answer any questions about the software and it’s applications and presentations  on mobile LiDAR systems and applications will also provide a useful insight to  this new and exciting technology.

Iain Bramwell, General Manager of  3D Laser Mapping in Perth commented, “This training event should appeal to  everybody in the airborne and mobile LiDAR industry, whether they are current  Terrasolid users or wish to take this opportunity to evaluate their software or  learn of the advantages of mobile LiDAR. The broad training agenda showcases the  brilliant functionality and new features of the latest Terrasolid products and  attendees will be supported throughout the course with guidance and instruction  from start to end product on real world projects. It will also be a great  opportunity to
reacquaint and meet people in the same  industry”.

The Terrasolid User Conference event offers delegates a  choice of training themes allowing individuals to focus on a particular area of  interest. Following registration and introductions day 1 offers a choice between  airborne data processing or mobile rail data processing, with training  continuing on day 2. While day 3 offers a choice between high accuracy low level  airborne LiDAR or 3D city modelling and wall texturing. Trainees will come  together throughout the 3 days for additional training, industry presentations and networking during refreshment breaks.

The  Terrasolid User Conference training event is aimed at delegates with a basic  understanding and competency in the use of laser scanned data. Delegates are  required to provide their own laptop for use during the event although software  and licences will be available. All onsite refreshments are
included within the  training fee and group discounts are available.  A booking form and further  information can be found at www.3dlasermapping.com on the ‘Conference’ page  within the ‘News and Events’ section.