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Using LiDAR for Environmental Research.
Contribute to a better environment for all living beings.
LiDAR systems are effective tools for monitoring environmental changes on a large scale.
This technology has revolutionized conservation and environmental research by providing useful information, as 3D pointclouds, in the quest to save forests, animals, and humans.
Discover our solutions by reading about our users’ experience in the field.
European Hamsters are a protected species living in agricultural areas, often alongside field mice, which are considered pests. Lack of awareness about hamster presence leads to unintentional harm by farmers, endangering the European Hamster population.
In the realm of environmental monitoring and analysis, the accurate assessment of vegetation plays a crucial role in understanding ecosystems. Drones equipped with advanced imaging technologies have revolutionized this process by providing efficient and precise data collection methods.
This mission was started by Instadrone in response to a request from the Departmental Directorate of Territories, which lacked LiDAR equipment and therefore outsourced the entire data capture process to drone companies.
L'Avion Jaune, a company specialized in the production of earth observation data (multispectral imagery and LiDAR), tooks part in a study to model the hydrographic network and the hydraulic functioning of a wetland, within a nature reserve in New Aquitaine, France.
L’Avion Jaune were mandated by the Departmental Council to conduct a risk assessment study of rockfall hazards on their road networks.
Learn how the YellowScan Mapper LiDAR system was used in Antarctica to study the spatial distribution of penguins in their environment.
Developing an understanding of changes to the forest structure caused by the gypsy moth outbreak with YellowScan’s Mapper LiDAR sensor.
Discover how Bjarke Madsen from Aarhus University in Denmark, used YellowScan Surveyor for its biodiversity research work.
Discover how the UMR 5608 TRACES Lab Research team uses YellowScan LiDAR solutions to map micro-reliefs of archaeological interest.
Our LiDAR solutions can capture different levels of vegetation, from the canopy to the ground, which helps analyze forest ecosystems, tree growths, the spread of disease and parasites, and more.
It also captures the 3D structure of the terrain and the vegetation above it, making it a valuable technique in many fields.
Snow cover evaluation
Compare bare and snow-covered terrains to work out the thickness of the snow and to find out where it accumulates. You can also follow the evolution of glaciers or pack ice.
Study the Earth’s surficial processes and landforms.
Mapping biodiversity from above
Obtain spatially accurate and comprehensive biomass evaluation for hazard prevention, effective planning and nature management.
Follow the action of water in fast changing environments, such as coastal cliffs, rivers, canyons and gorges, and more.
Wildlife habitat suitability
Assess and characterize suitable wildlife habitat by getting detailed 3D landscape information not available from other remote sensing applications.