Level Five Supplies LiDAR training – April 2022

£350.00£1,050.00 ex vat

One- and two-day specialist LiDAR training courses offering the ideal combination of theory and practice, ensuring you develop a sound working knowledge of LiDAR hardware and software. Get started with generating, recording and interpreting point clouds for robotics, surveying and autonomous systems with this exclusive opportunity to understand the fundamentals of digital 3D LiDAR technology.

Introductory course – Weds 6 April 2022

Integrators course – Tues 26 & Weds 27 April 2022

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Delivered by Dr Rebecca Bennett and the Level Five engineering team, our Introductory and Integrators courses are limited to 10 places, so early booking is essential.

The courses will be delivered at the British Motor Museum conference centre – lunch and refreshments are included, but overnight accommodation is NOT provided as part of the course fee.

***CPD accreditation pending***

Introductory course

When: Wednesday 6 April 2022, 09:00-17:00

Where: British Motor Museum conference centre

Cost: £350 + VAT

Required: Laptop

Aimed at: Project Managers, Junior Technicians, non-technical analysts and consultants, decision-makers

What is LiDAR, how can it be used? What are its applications, limitations and industries? Our Course leaders will use market knowledge and a variety of LiDAR systems to demonstrate the technology and how it can generate useful spatial information for your applications. We’ll also touch on the skills needed to successfully deliver a project using LiDAR, including looking at how to select and evaluate hardware and datasheets, as well as the pitfalls you may encounter when the work begins.

 

Integrators course

When: Tuesday 26 & Wednesday 27 April 2022 (intermediate), 09:00-17:00

Where: British Motor Museum conference centre

Cost: £1050 + VAT

Required: Laptop and working knowledge of Python or C++, some experience with range finders or 2D lidars useful but not essential

Aimed at: Product engineers, Software engineers, Technicians, Developers, Technical Consultants and Researchers

Building on the Introductory course, the Integrators course will help develop practical skills to gather, interpret and analyse the accuracy and usefulness of 3D LiDAR data, primarily using high-resolution 3D LiDAR sensors made by Ouster. Creating point clouds, ensuring hardware and software connections between sensors and processing systems using Python / ROS and C++, attendees will prepare themselves to use LiDAR in integrated products, research, and projects.

Delivered by Dr. Rebecca Bennett – a leading expert in LiDAR point cloud processing, the training will require a reasonable level of technical skills – so attendees should be prepared with a knowledge of Python and/or C++. Using your own laptop and a virtual ROS environment, you’ll interpret point cloud data and perform processing and some light Machine Learning techniques to generate results.

Información adicional

Course level

Integrators course, Introductory course

Course contents

Introductory course

  • What is LiDAR
  • Applications of LiDAR
  • LiDAR specifications and technology
  • The LiDAR market
  • Your requirements
  • LiDAR data
  • Building LiDAR applications
  • Your LiDAR project

The venue

Both courses will be delivered in The Boardroom at the British Motor Museum conference centre.

The British Motor Museum is a dedicated conference and events centre, along with being the home of the world’s largest collection of historic British cars.

Address

Banbury Road
Gaydon
Warwickshire
CV35 0BJ

If using a Sat Nav enter the British Motor Museum as a point of interest, rather than using the postcode.

Parking

There are 1200 free hard standing parking spaces directly outside the venue.

Electric Vehicle Charging Points

There are four charging points at the conference centre entrance, with a further six to the rear of the visitor car park. You can charge your electric vehicle using the NewMotion app or a QR code.

Accommodation options

The British Motor Museum has compiled a handy list of local accommodation options:

Accommodation near the British Motor Museum [PDF]

Please note, neither Level Five Supplies nor The British Motor Museum accepts any responsibility for the standard or availability of the accommodation listed in the above document.