Elevate Your Game. Lidar mapping proves that Northern New England is not flat. Learn more about what planners can do with this incredibly useful data.

APA Northern New England Chapter


Friday, September 8, 2017
11:45 a.m. - 12:45 p.m. EDT

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The Vermont Center for Geographic Information’s Lidar Program (VLP) is months away from achieving full lidar coverage for the entire state of Vermont and they are excited! Lidar, which stands for Light Detection and Ranging, is a remote sensing method that uses light in the form of a pulsed laser to generate precise, three-dimensional information about the earth and its surface characteristics. Uses range from hydrological modelling and high resolution land cover mapping to mountain bike trail planning and archeological exploration. Learn more about what lidar data is, new ways to obtain it and how planners can make of use this incredibly useful data.




Mike Brouillette

Mike Brouillette, GISP, Lidar Program Manager, Vermont Center for Geographic Information Mike is the Vermont Lidar Program manager at the Vermont Center for Geographic Information. He received his B.S. in Resource Management from the University of New Hampshire and began his GIS career at the Windham Regional Planning Commission ... Read More

John Adams

John E. Adams AICP, Director, Vermont Center for Geographic Information John is the Director of the Vermont Center for Geographic Information and a professionally certified planner who previously served as Planning and Policy Manager at the Department of Housing and Community Development. John is the primary author of Vermont’s ... Read More

Contact Info

Lee Krohn, lkrohn@ccrpcvt.org