Date: Thursday, October 5, 2017 
USA Time: 10:00 a.m. Pacific; 1:00 p.m. Eastern

BARSC member, LizardTech knows that LiDAR data is an invaluable tool for understanding the environment around us, but millions upon millions of points can add up to a data management headache.

LiDAR point clouds can be tens of gigabytes or more in size, causing storage problems and preventing easy sharing across your enterprise. LizardTech’s patented solutions for compressing, manipulating, and managing your LiDAR data can help you get more out of your LiDAR investment.

Attend our webcast to learn how to:

  • Compress your point clouds losslessly to MrSID or LAZ to save on storage and increase portability
  • Share your data across your enterprise and with your customers using Express Server
  • Expose your LiDAR data to your users in multiple formats with Express Zip

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A recording of the webcast will be sent to you if you register but cannot attend. We hope that you can join us!

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