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April 30, 2014
GeoCue Announces 2014 LP360 Training

Madison, Ala., April 28, 2014—Join us for a 3-day LP360 training session September 23-25, 2014 in Huntsville, Ala. The three-day session will begin with an in-depth look at using LP360 for QA/QC of LIDAR data and then focus on the standard and advanced levels of the product.

We will provide a beginning and advanced session on extraction and enforcement of breakline features in the ArcGIS environment. In addition, attendees will learn how to use the manual and automated classification tools, including classifying ground, model key points and buildings. We will also cover creation of on-the-fly 3D points, polylines and polygons, cross sections and volumetric analysis. All three days will include ample hands-on time for attendees. The cost for this 3-day event is $595 (lunches included).

Join us for the LP360 Training Event and learn how to get the most from your LiDAR data.

Training Location:

Airport Office Center

9668 Madison Blvd., Training Suite

Madison, AL 35758

Training Agenda

Online Registration Available May 5

To register now contact alove@lp360.com.

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