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    The Scottish Public Sector LiDAR (Phase I) dataset was commissioned in response to the Flood Risk Management Act (2009) by the Scottish Government, Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA), and Scottish Water collaboratively. Airborne LiDAR data was collected across 10 sites totalling 11,845 km2 (note the dataset does not have full national coverage) between March 2011 and May 2012. Aside from flood risk management, this data has also been used for archaeological and orienteering purposes. This dataset reflects the LAS format point cloud data.

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    The Scottish Public Sector LiDAR (Phase 3) was initially captured by Fugro for Scottish Power Energy Network (SPEN) in 2015 and 2016 and to monitor their overhead power cable network under their Virtual World Asset Management programme. In addition, two pilots flights were included flown on behalf of the Scottish Border Council project Whiteadder in 2019. The Scottish Government procured this dataset with a contribution from SEPA for public use in 2019. This dataset covers total 11, 772 square kilometres (note the dataset does not have full national coverage). This dataset reflects the LAS point cloud data with density of 4ppm (points per square metre).

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    The Scottish Public Sector LiDAR (Phase I) dataset was commissioned in response to the Flood Risk Management Act (2009) by the Scottish Government, Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA), and Scottish Water collaboratively. Airborne LiDAR data was collected across 10 sites totalling 11,845 km2 (note the dataset does not have full national coverage) between March 2011 and May 2012. Aside from flood risk management, this data has also been used for archaeological and orienteering purposes. This dataset reflects the Digital Terrain Model (DTM) produced from the point cloud data.

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    The Scottish Public Sector LiDAR (Phase I) dataset was commissioned in response to the Flood Risk Management Act (2009) by the Scottish Government, Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA), and Scottish Water collaboratively. Airborne LiDAR data was collected across 10 sites totalling 11,845 km2 (note the dataset does not have full national coverage) between March 2011 and May 2012. Aside from flood risk management, this data has also been used for archaeological and orienteering purposes. This dataset reflects the Digital Surface Model (DSM) produced from the point cloud data.

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    The Scottish Public Sector LiDAR (Phase II) dataset was commissioned in response to the Flood Risk Management Act (2009) by the Scottish Government, Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA), sportscotland, and 13 Scottish local authorities. This extension of the Phase I dataset collected airborne LiDAR for 66 additional sites for the purposes of localised flood management. Data was collected between 29th November 2012 and 18th April 2014 totalling an area of 3,516 km2 (note the dataset does not have full national coverage). Aside from flood risk management, this data has also been used for archaeological and orienteering purposes. This dataset reflects the Digital Terrain Model (DTM) produced from the point cloud data.

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    The Scottish Public Sector LiDAR (Phase II) dataset was commissioned in response to the Flood Risk Management Act (2009) by the Scottish Government, Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA), sportscotland, and 13 Scottish local authorities. This extension of the Phase I dataset collected airborne LiDAR for 66 additional sites for the purposes of localised flood management. Data was collected between 29th November 2012 and 18th April 2014 totalling an area of 3,516 km2 (note the dataset does not have full national coverage). Aside from flood risk management, this data has also been used for archaeological and orienteering purposes. This dataset reflects the Digital Surface Model (DSM) produced from the point cloud data.

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    The Scottish Public Sector LiDAR (Phase 3) was initially captured by Fugro for Scottish Power Energy Network (SPEN) in 2015 and 2016 and to monitor their overhead power cable network under their Virtual World Asset Management programme. In addition, two pilots flights were included flown on behalf of the Scottish Border Council project Whiteadder in 2019. The Scottish Government procured this dataset with a contribution from SEPA for public use in 2019. This dataset covers total 11, 772 square kilometres (note the dataset does not have full national coverage). This dataset reflects the Digital Surface Model (DSM) produced from the point cloud data.

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    The Scottish Public Sector LiDAR (Phase 3) was initially captured by Fugro for Scottish Power Energy Network (SPEN) in 2015 and 2016 and to monitor their overhead power cable network under their Virtual World Asset Management programme. In addition, two pilots flights were included flown on behalf of the Scottish Border Council project Whiteadder in 2019. The Scottish Government procured this dataset with a contribution from SEPA for public use in 2019. This dataset covers total 11, 772 square kilometres (note the dataset does not have full national coverage). This dataset reflects the Digital Terrain Model (DTM) produced from the point cloud data.

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    The Scottish Public Sector LiDAR (Phase II) dataset was commissioned in response to the Flood Risk Management Act (2009) by the Scottish Government, Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA), sportscotland, and 13 Scottish local authorities. This extension of the Phase I dataset collected airborne LiDAR for 66 additional sites for the purposes of localised flood management. Data was collected between 29th November 2012 and 18th April 2014 totalling an area of 3,516 km2 (note the dataset does not have full national coverage). Aside from flood risk management, this data has also been used for archaeological and orienteering purposes. This dataset reflects the LAS format point cloud data.

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    The Scottish Remote Sensing Index (SRSI) is a collaboration between Scottish public sector organisations to public information about the remote sensing data they hold. For each remote sensed dataset, the spatial extent is captured, along with 12 attributes, including the sensor type, spatial resolution, and contact details of the data custodian. The licence status attribute can be used to filter the dataset to find openly available data.