Fulbright, urban planning, city development, Indonesia
The United Nations press release (2019) states that 68% of the future world population will live in urban areas by 2050. Consequently, the cities will need more advanced technology to help them plan and manage the city. Airborne LiDAR is a cutting-edge technology for mapping objects on the Earth’s surface which is very beneficial for urban mapping. Airborne LiDAR can produce a 3D City Model which produces useful data for several applications in urban planning.
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The author would like to acknowledge The Power of International Education and AMINEF, American Indonesian Exchange Foundation for their support.
Firdaus, Wildan, "Airborne LiDAR For Urban Planning" (2019). English Language Institute. 1.
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