What’s New in GeoCue 2012

A brief overview of the highlights of new features in GeoCue v2012.1. See the What’s New in GeoCue 2012 document for more details. GeoCue 2012.1 is the major GeoCue feature upgrade release for 2012. GeoCue has now been in heavy day-to-day production (in commercial release) for about 8 years. Many of the new features that have…

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LP360 Latest Experimental Release

We have recently released a new experimental (EXP) version of LP360 (2012.2.17.0). EXP versions allow us to release in-progress features to the subset of customers who like to experiment with software. If you have an active maintenance contract, you can install this release from the “Check for Updates” function in LP360 (they are web downloads).…

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So what can you do with that ASCII LIDAR data?

Unfortunately, much LIDAR data has been delivered in text format (American Standard Code for Information Interchange, ASCII) rather than the rich binary LAS format. Many agencies now have disk drives of LIDAR, in ASCII format, on the shelf that accompanied more familiar LIDAR-derived products such as gridded Digital Elevation Models (DEMs) and digital contour files.…

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Analyze Relative accuracy between flight lines with the Seamline Analysis tool

The recently published United States Geological Survey National Geospatial Program’s LIDAR Base Specification Version 1.01 specifies that the “requirements for relative accuracy within overlap between adjacent swaths of data should be less than or equal to 10 cm RMSEz”. In version 2011.1, LP360 introduced a new tool which allows for the ability to check the…

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Increment GeoCue Project IDs

On occasion a user may wish to increment the auto generated GeoCue project IDs which get assigned upon project creation. One may wish to do this when running multiple servers in order to ensure unique project IDs, as all GeoCue Servers begin with 80254 as the first project number. Users recovering corrupted databases may also…

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