The use of lidar for orienteering map production

Research into the use of LiDAR for orienteering mapping

(using donations made available through the Australian Sports Foundation to Orienteering Australia)

About Lidar

How does airborne lidar work  2017 Airborne Research Australia

The Use of New Technologies in Making Orienteering Maps L Zentai, Scientific Journal of Orienteering, Volume 17, 2009, pages 56 -64

Getting hold of lidar data

NSW Spatial Services

Commissioning lidar 2017 Airborne Research Australia

Lidar Processing tools

Generating a basemap from LIDAR data  2017 David George

Auto generated orienteering maps  2017 Stefano Raus

MapAnt: Automatic map generation in Finland – Noel Shoknecht

Automatic Feature Detection – the state of the art

Lidar mapping experience

Fieldwork using lidar 2017 Alex Tarr

Mapping Bendigo mining terrain with Lidar – Neil Barr

Using Lidar in NSW – Russell Rigby

Using Lidar in Spain – Manuel Jurado (incredible terrain photos)

Sprint and Urban mapping

Urban mapping, 2015, A Lumsden, OA Sprint Mapping Workshop (PDF 4.3mb)

Sprint mapping – aim scope introductions, 2015, A Lumsden, OA Sprint Mapping Workshop (PDF 460kb)

Introduction to sprint mapping, 2015, A Lumsden, OA Sprint Mapping Workshop (PDF 572kb)

Orienteering A Guide to Urban Map Making 2015, Adrian Uppill

Sprint maps using ISSOM, 2007, Kel Soenniksen, Denmark

Challenges of sprint mapping, 2012, Havard Tveite

Forbidden features 2010-01-21 and  ISOM & ISSOM forbidden symbol comparison, 2010, Adrian Zissos

Other mapping related documents and links

OA Map Symbols ISSOM Aust Ed April 2014

OA Map Symbols ISOM Aust Ed April 2014

Ocad Home page

Summary of 2010 Mapping Technology Workshop, WOC, 2010, Adrian Uppill

Map Design – a guide to good looking maps Brian Mee, British Orienteering 2008

Making a map – part 1_060819    Part 1 of a “How to” document for creating an orienteering map from scratch by ONSW’s Hamish Mackie.