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Below is the most comprehensive list of LiDAR data available online for Jefferson County. Select the data set you need, open it online in Equator, view the point cloud in vivid 3D, and take measurements instantly.

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Accuracy and Product Information

LiDAR Accuracy
5 to 30 cm
LiDAR Products
Contours, DEMs, Point Clouds
LiDAR Export File Types

Preview of Data Products in Jefferson County

Preview Image of Export Type contours_dwg

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Sources: LiDAR, DSM | SHP, DWG
Preview Image of Export Type entwine_lazy

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Point Cloud
Sources: LiDAR, DSM | LAZ
Preview Image of Export Type mesh

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3D Surface
Sources: LiDAR, DSM
Preview Image of Export Type DEM

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Digital Elevation Model
Sources: LiDAR, DSM | GeoTiff
Preview Image of Export Type DSM

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Digital Surface Model
Sources: LiDAR, DSM | GeoTiff
Preview Image of Export Type hillshade

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Surface Hillshade
Sources: LiDAR, DSM | GeoTiff
Preview Image of Export Type STL

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Printable Mesh
Sources: LiDAR, DSM | STL
Preview Image of Export Type heightmap

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Sources: LiDAR, DSM | PNG, RAW


What is LiDAR?

What is LiDAR? LiDAR stands for Light Detection And Ranging, which uses laser pulses to measure distances. LiDAR is a type of laser scanning technology used for many different applications, from self-driving cars to scanning the surface of an object. Equator makes it easy to access airborne LiDAR survey data, typically used by engineers, architects, and other infrastructure professionals.

LiDAR point clouds are typically viewed using modern GIS or CAD software. Equator helps LiDAR users find and view LiDAR data online without any special setup or training. Read more about Equator’s LiDAR Viewer, or check out our gallery of beautiful LiDAR point cloud data examples.

In the LiDAR coverage map, the attribute “QL” refers to LiDAR Quality Levels.

You can make and download Ohio Topographic Maps in minutes with Equator.

As Columbus continues to grow, the need for up-to-date data about the city becomes increasingly important. The City of Columbus has recently partnered with Geographical Advantage to create a new lidar dataset for the city. You can find the highest-quality, most up-to-date data on the Equator platform.

If you're looking for topographical data or images of the earth's surface, lidar is your best bet. Recently, wood county ohio has started using lidar to get a better understanding of the area and the changes that have taken place over time. If you would like to get access to this data, try the Equator mapping platform.

Hamilton County, Ohio has been using lidar technology for a variety of purposes including mapping the county's infrastructure and monitoring its land features. The county now has a high-resolution lidar dataset that is updated every six months, which is making it easier for officials to make informed decisions about where to allocate resources. The easily way to get this data is using Equator software.

The USGS data that covers Ohio is available for free online. Because it can be cumbersome to get the data you're after, Equator has made a platform that allows anybody to access this data quickly and easily.

Create a topo map of Ohio using the most recent USGS datasets. Simply open Equator, choose a location, then export the data you're after.

The state of Ohio has a diverse topography, and this can be seen clearly in its elevation map. This map shows the different elevations across the state and how they vary from region to region. Whether you are curious about the highest point in Ohio or want to know what areas are prone to flooding, you can access this data through Equator. Try it now!

From the flatlands in the northwest to the Appalachian Mountains in the southeast, Ohio is a state that has a wide range of elevation data available. To access this data, visit Equator.

Ohio GIS information is publicly available using government portals. To access this data in a variety of formats use the Equator mapping platform.

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