Fly-tipped rubbish on a country road© Photofusion/Rex/Shutterstock
Aircraft equipped with laser scanners are to produce a 3D map of England – which will be used to help combat fly-tipping and assess flood risk. Starting this winter, the Environment Agency (EA) project will map England’s entire landscape by 2020 – including all 130,000sq km of countryside, rivers, fields and other spaces. Project data will be made free for the public and industry to be used by environmental planners, archaeologists and even gamers to make accurate 3D models of […]
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