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APCCI is successfull in promoting the Initial Machu Picchu LIDAR Scan over Machu Picchu.

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Peru Lidar Project is an Initiative of the Australia Peru Chamber of Commerce. Who received the Support of the Ministry of Culture of Peru, SERNANP to develop a collaborative project to Scan the Machu Picchu World Heritage Site, using LIDAR Technology. For this APCCI received a Grant from COALAR (Council on Australian Latin American Relations) to support the project. The project received the support and advice from Professor Roland Fletcher, University of Sydney, as Honorary Adviser to APCCI and to the Project and was requested by the Ministry of Culture to help to lead the International Scientific Committee. The Peru Lidar Project – Scanning was possible thanks to the sponsorship and funds available from:
COALAR (Council on Australian Latin American Relations)
Cerveceria Backus y Jonston
Erickson Exporations LLC
LATAM Airlines
Special thanks also to COLTUR (Peru)

More information on Machu Picchu LIDAR Facebook Page

Peruvian –Australian, Machu Picchu World Heritage Site LIDAR survey

 

The Australia Peru Chamber of Commerce Inc. is proud to be promoting the first comprehensive LIDAR Mapping project in Peru.

The Peruvian –Australian, Machu Picchu World Heritage Site LIDAR survey” is supported by the Australian Government through the Council on Australia Latin American Relations of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

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Soon More information.

Here a short video on what LIDAR revealed in another World Heritage Site, Angkor Wat, Cambodia.

For more information

#apcciaustraliaperu  #mplidar

for more information: president@apcci.org.au


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