Interpine, together with the researchers involved in a current FWPA funded remote sensing project have published a video of the recent data acquisition campaign at the Carabost State Forest P. radiata plantation in southern NSW. Teams from NSW DPI, University of Tasmania and Interpine participated in the trial. They will be working collaboratively with researchers from SCION Research and University of Sydney to assess and compare the data captured from a range of sensors and aerial and ground based platforms for extracting detailed information related to stand and tree level attributes.   Interpine focused on the capture of ultra dense LiDAR point clouds of small plots of trees.   This provided stem level detail of individual trees using the Riegl VUX-1 LiDAR sensor.    Interpine is currently hosting a PhD student, Barbara Del Perugia from Italy whom is analyzing this data for its applicability in forest assessment.