ID Number: PR00-072-OVOJ2-1300/01-02/10

 

Name of the Project: ''Improving the capacities for aero-photogrammetric surveying''

Responsible for activities: Military Geographical Institute

Brief description:
The airborne laser mapping, called LIDAR (Light Detection And Ranging), provides fast acquisition of a great volume of information on the variation of the surface region through a high density of three dimensional points, allowing a great quality representation of the land surface (among others, it provides fast and reliable analysis of the land surface in extreme situations and other crisis – floods, landfalls etc.). The project also foresees establishment of unique data center for storing the data gathered during the airborne laser mapping. 

Strategic/legal basis: Europe 2020, Law on Defense, Law on Scientific and Research Activities, National Security Strategy of the Republic of Serbia, Strategy on Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia in period 2010-2015.

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