-Eligible individuals must have made significant impact to their organization or community involving technical excellence, professional development or innovation within the realm of geospatial lidar technology.*
*Please note: self-nominations will be removed.
-Eligible teams must demonstrate an exceptional achievement in the area of service, project management, product development or other specialty accomplishment within the realm of geospatial lidar technology. Open to private and government organizations, teams of 2-99 members.
-Eligible organizations must demonstrate exceptional achievement as a group of 100 members or more, in the area of service, project management or product development within the realm of geospatial lidar technology. Open to private and government organizations.
-Eligible innovations can qualify from a company or an individual and can be technology, a product, or a business model in the realm of geospatial technologies. The technology, product or business model must be on the market for less than one year, or not yet on the market but demonstrably operational.
-Eligible universities must demonstrate an exceptional achievement within the realm of lidar technology. Present your latest university research in lightening round format, each presentation will be limited to five minutes. This friendly competition will be presented in front of a panel of experts and conference attendees. Propose the problem and your solution clearly and concisely (and quickly!). Presentations will be evaluated on 1) Most commercially feasible; 2) Most innovative use of lidar; and 3) People’s Choice. Open to all universities, students and teams within the university.
Winners will be announced during a brief awards ceremony held at International LiDAR Mapping Forum from January 28-30 in Denver, CO.
Nominations are closed.
The period for nominations has passed. Winners will be announced during a brief awards ceremony held at International LiDAR Mapping Forum from February 5-7 in Denver, CO.