Doppler Lidar technology for atmospheric and environmental observations


Agenda :

  • Pulsed LIDAR technology introduction
  • Windcube Lidar systems portfolio
  • Applications for Meteorology
  • Forest-fire monitoring
  • Optimization of Solar energy production
  • Open discussion

Heterodyne pulsed Doppler Lidar is becoming the technology of choice for remote sensing of wind, aerosols and clouds. Atmospheric measurement in the lower troposphere by coherent pulsed Doppler Lidar has matured rapidly in the past decade. Such instruments are now being used for operational applications and meteorological networks. The ISO 28902-2:2017, (Air quality -- Environmental meteorology -- Part 2: Ground-based remote sensing of wind by heterodyne pulsed Doppler Lidar) has been recently published (2017/07) aiming at providing all users with a reference document, universal terminology, performance characteristics and use cases. With over 1200 heterodyne pulsed Doppler Lidars manufactured over the past 10 years, Leosphere has gathered a unique background on their applications, measurement performances and operation

  Date and Time




  • School of ITEE,
  • Staff house road
  • St lucia, Queensland
  • Australia 4072
  • Building: GP south building #78
  • Room Number: 420

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  • Starts 20 June 2018 04:11 PM
  • Ends 27 June 2018 04:11 PM
  • All times are Australia/Brisbane
  • No Admission Charge
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Fadoua Aboubi


Doppler Lidar technology for atmospheric and environmental observations


Fadoua ABOUBI has an MSc and works for in Paris, France.