LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) technology is used for mapping and surveying applications. It uses laser light to measure distances with high precision, creating detailed 3D representations of landscapes and objects.
LiDAR works by emitting laser pulses and measuring the time it takes for the light to return after hitting a surface. By calculating the distance and combining multiple measurements, LiDAR generates accurate and detailed topographical maps.
LiDAR finds diverse applications in agriculture, including crop monitoring, precision farming, and terrain mapping. It helps farmers optimize irrigation, assess crop health, and create digital models for efficient land management.