The fifth capture of the Floreat dog beach and the first using a LiDAR sensor (True View 410), these sand dunes were captured by UAV imagery on 17th Aug 2021 for the Cambridge Coastcare beach dune modelling and monitoring project. It was created as part of an initiative to innovatively monitor coastal dune erosion and visualize these changes over time for future management and mitigation. This data includes Orthomosaic, DSM, DTM, Elevation Contours, 3D Mesh, 3D Point Cloud and LiDAR constructed from over 500 images and LiDAR sensor captured from UAV (drone) and processed in Pix4D. All datasets can be freely accessed through DataWA.
Link to Animated video fly-through of this 3D data model
Link to the Sketchfab visualisation of the 3D textured mesh
This LiDAR dataset is a 3D point cloud (i.e. a 3D set of points in .LAS format): the X,Y,Z position and colour information is stored for each point of the point cloud of the Floreat dog beach (2021 Flight-3 project area).