Terrestrial laser scanning

Sample plots with 40 m radius were scanned with the Trimble TX8. Each sample plot was covered with 16 scan locations. In total 40 sample plots were scanned. The work was conducted from September to December 2014. Example of the data:

 

Remningstorp drone flights 2016

In August 2016 we collected drone images over the forest estate Remningstorp. This data collection was funded by “Stiftelsen för skogsvetenskaplig forskning” at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. Below you find an overview of the flown areas. If you are interested to use one of the flight blocks, please contact Mattias Nyström. This data is free to use, but we might charge you a delivery cost depending on the amount of data.

We have made block25 available for direct download. This block was automatically post-processed using Agisoft Photoscan. The data is in SWEREF99TM RH2000, but is not georeferenced using ground control points. There has neither been any manual work done after the automatic batch processing. If you want to use the data for more than viewing and understanding, please contact us to receive the original photos and you may process the data yourself.

False color ortho photo automatically created from Sequoia photos taken over block25 in Remningstorp. Download the dataset form this link.

The following blocks were flown with the Parrot Sequoia multispectral camera:

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These blocks were collected with the multispectral camera Parrot Sequoia (pixel size 12 cm). Download the map as pdf or as geo-tif. The red border is the extent of the Remningstorp forest estate. © Lantmäteriet, i2014/764.

The following blocks were flown with the Sonya a5100 with a 20mm lens:

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These blocks were collected with the RGB-camera Sony a5100 with a 20mm lens  (pixel size 3 cm). Download the map as pdf or as geo-tif. The red border is the extent of the Remningstorp forest estate. © Lantmäteriet, i2014/764.
 

Drone images, view on your screen

The data used to create this point cloud was collected using a drone flown at 60 m above ground. A GoPro Hero 3 camera with a modified lens was used to take the photos. The software Agisoft Photoscan Pro was used to generate the 3D points.

In the web-viewer, you can under “Material” change “Select Attribute” to “RGB” if you want to color the point by the color from the photos.

Open the viewer