Lidar data distribution via Google Earth
Seems the NCALM (National Center for Airborne Laser Swath Mapping) have been busy and have put together a KML file of the Lidar scans they have of some parts of the US for free download, so now you can see their “tiles” on Google Earth, navigate and download the data in ADF format (it needs to be converted to whatever format you want but in case you are a hacker, look at the file format here).
What is the benefit? well, you will have highly accurate scan data with the benefit of very confortable browsing, how is that?
Thanks so much guys.
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