LiDAR is a remote sensing technology that measures distances, elevations, or surfaces by illuminating a target with a laser and analyzing the reflected light. The acronym for LiDAR commonly referes to LIght Detection And Ranging. LiDAR is popularly used as a technology for make high-resolution maps that represent surfaces and elevations. LiDAR can be implemented as an airborne based system for collecting information such as elevation and surface variances, but is also finding applications in ground-based environments to map existing natural and man-made features.
GIS datasets showing the LiDAR grids can be downloaded by clicking on the links below:LiDAR Grid 2008
2008 LiDAR Imagery Specifications
2006 LiDAR Imagery Specifications
Yes, click on the links below to download single tile samples of available LiDAR data.2008 LiDAR Sample (3.79 GB)
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