Laboratory of Forest Resources Management and Geo-information Science

Organisational unit: Research Group

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Ac­cur­ate geoin­form­a­tion for forestry

Spatial geoinformation is a necessity for cultivating sustainable natural resource management and a green economy. Airborne laser scanning (ALS) has enabled a technological leap forward to further the acquisition of detailed spatial geoinformation. By using ALS, one can collect geometrically accurate point clouds. These 3D data sets that use single- or multi-temporal point clouds enable a wide range of applications in the field of natural resource management. Adding a time dimension provides 4D geoinformatics. Multi-temporal geodata offers information about the history of our environment, and the 4D data can be used in modeling and simulating the future.

Latest research outputs

  1. Accepted/In press
  2. E-pub ahead of print

    Assessing branching structure for biomass and wood quality estimation using terrestrial laser scanning point clouds

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticleScientificpeer-review

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