This record contains aerial laser scanning (ALS) and photogrammetry data that corresponds to Flight 150326_123922, which is one part of data that was collected over an area of more than 2km² in Dublin, Ireland in 2015 and includes 3D point-cloud (LAZ), 3D full waveform LiDAR (LAS and Pulsewave), and ortho-rectified 2D rasters. Over 1.4 billion laser points were acquired (inclusive of partially covered areas). ALS was carried out by contractors using a TopEye system S/N 443. Imagery data was captured using a Phase One camera system. The average flying altitude was 300m with the total of 41 flight paths. This dataset was collected with funding from European Research Council funded project RETURN - Rethinking Tunnelling in Urban Neighbourhoods [ERC-2012- StG-307836]. For more information on this data, consult the documentation. See the source dataset for a guide to the entire collection. A manifest of SHA-256 checksums is available in the nyu_2451_38652_manifest.json' file, within the preservation record. Users may also find a stable link to this collection at https://doi.org/10.17609/N8MQ0N/. This data is released with an Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) license.
New York University. Center for Urban Science and Progress
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