Kutalmis Saylam is employed as a research scientist associate at the Bureau of Economic Geology, of the Jackson School of Geosciences, at the University of Texas at Austin. He has been involved in Lidar and remote-sensing technologies since 2004. He has previously worked in the private and government sectors and has travelled extensively for consulting projects around the world. He manages the Lidar and the Remote Sensing programme in the Bureau, and his principal research interest is Lidar bathymetry and performance analysis. 


Lidar Bathymetry on the Alaskan North Slope

In June 2014, the Bureau of Economic Geology, a research unit at the University of Texas at Austin, was contracted to conduct an airborne bathymetric Lidar survey on the Alaskan North Slope. The purpose of the project was to further determine, understand, and map the local landscape and thaw-lake at... (read more)
SEAEXPLORER Underwater Glider

SEAEXPLORER Underwater Glider

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