Distinguished Prof Juha Hyyppä is director of the Centre of Excellence in Laser Scanning Research (Academy of Finland), director of National Land Survey of Finland and member of the Department of Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry (Finnish Geospatial Research Institute, FGI). He focuses on laser scanning systems, their performance and new applications, especially related to mobile and ubiquitous laser scanning and point cloud processing. His is an active author of scientific papers and co-founder of FGI spin-offs. He has co-coordinated more than 10 international research projects, supervised more than 20 PhD theses and published about 150 ISI Web of Knowledge-listed journal papers. He has chaired the Silvilaser conference in 2003 and 2007 and has been editor/guest editor of several journals.


Technologies for the Future: A Lidar Overview

Which technologies and processes are building the capability for high-density 3D data? Point clouds can be captured by an ever-increasing number of means to understand the surrounding reality and detect critical developments. Diverse applications of 3D laser scanning or ‘Lidar’, whi... (read more)