Equator Launches the Salt Lake City LiDAR data set
Equator provides unprecedented access to centimeters of accuracy, in a user-friendly online design platform.
Last Updated: December 08, 2021
Equator is pleased to announce the launch of the Salt Lake City LiDAR dataset in Equator. The Salt Lake City LiDAR data set covers approximately 28,000 ha and was collected in 2007. This high-resolution elevation data, provided through Equator, provides significant capabilities for city builders, such as civil engineers, architects and construction professionals.
The Salt Lake City LiDAR data set has been launched in entwine format on the Equator platform, allowing LiDAR point cloud data to be streamed to the user online in real-time. This is consistent with Equator’s mission to improve access to and usability of high-resolution elevation data.
ABOUT THE SALT LAKE CITY LIDAR DATA SET
The Salt Lake City LiDAR data set was captured using less than 2 pulses per square meter. The dataset can be accessed using the Equator platform. Equator enables users to view the LiDAR point cloud online, take measurements and cross sections, and design directly with the data online. Equator can also be used to generate smooth contours, digital elevation models (DEMs), Digital Terrain Models (DTMs), 3D printable meshes (STLs), and point file exports (LAZ).
Equator is mapping and design software with thousands of built-in data sets. Equator is used by civil engineers, architects, and construction professionals around the world to find, build, and share maps and designs instantly.
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