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Laser Scanner Drone

Understanding the complete chain of acquisition and post-processing of data acquired by airborne LIDAR via drone.

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Perform moss removal and spraying by drone, simpler and more efficient

DroneMotion offers a comprehensive training program for the use of laser scanners by drones. Our training extensively covers current regulations and obligations for drone pilots, as well as advanced piloting techniques to ensure reliable and accurate results. From meticulous mission planning to data acquisition and processing, you will be able to conduct operations with efficiency and precision.

Cartography Revolution: Drone Laser Scanning in Action

Laser scanning by drones is revolutionizing cartography by providing rapid and precise collection of 3D data, essential in various fields such as urban planning, infrastructure monitoring, and natural disaster management.

Security and Maintenance: The Efficiency of Drone Laser Scanning.

Thanks to drone laser scanning, infrastructure inspection becomes more efficient, enabling precise detection of potential damages on bridges, roads, and other critical installations, thereby facilitating decision-making for their maintenance and safety.

Natural Disaster Management: The Crucial Asset of Drone Laser Scanning

Drones spraying is an effective method that complements or replaces human action. Drones are capable of reaching difficult-to-access areas or completely replacing humans in relatively accessible tasks.

Objectives of the specialized training in drone laser scanning

 Benefit from rapid deployment and time savings through the flexibility of drones and mission automation

Training Objectives


Understanding the complete chain of acquisition and post-processing of data acquired by airborne LIDAR via drones.

Educational Objectives

Teaching participants to rapidly collect precise 3D data for applications ranging from urban mapping to natural disaster management.

A 7-hour training session.

The training program

The course covers a wide range of essential topics related to the effective use of airborne LIDAR by drones. We begin with a thorough exploration of the general operating principles of LIDAR, providing a solid foundation for understanding its capabilities and limitations. Next, we delve into meticulous flight planning, emphasizing strategies to optimize data collection based on the specific project needs.

Once in the field, we review advanced techniques for conducting efficient LIDAR data acquisition flights, ensuring accurate and comprehensive results. Through case studies and hands-on demonstrations, participants will gain practical experience in collecting LIDAR data in various environments and conditions.

After acquiring the data, we delve into the post-processing process, exploring methods and tools to clean, calibrate, and georeference the captured point cloud. We also examine in detail flight line alignment techniques, advanced point classification, and coloring strategies to achieve accurate and informative visualizations.

Finally, we conclude with a discussion on exporting the final deliverables, highlighting file formats and industry standards for delivering processed LIDAR data to our clients or partners.

Through this comprehensive journey, participants will gain essential practical and theoretical expertise to successfully carry out airborne LIDAR projects by drones, ensuring high-quality results and added value for their clients.

Tout public

Durée : 1 jour(s) (7 heures)

496,00 € HTVA
(600,00 € TTC)

Valeur chèques formations : 0,00 € TTC

Option(s) :




Apporter un bloc-notes et un stylo. Tous les autres documents ou matériels nécessaires vous seront fournis sur place.

Prochaines formations

Lieu de la formation

Aérodrome de Saint-Ghislain,Rue des Marionville, 21, 7330 Saint-Ghislain, Belgique 

Pour les entreprises en groupes, on peut venir former directement sur place dans toutes la Blegique et plus. 

Inclus :

  • Veste fluo
  • Syllabus papier
  • Support de cours
  • Support professionnelle pendant 1 an après votre formation