LP360 2015.1 Feature Matrix

LP360 is a family of point cloud exploitation tools for both native Windows (“standalone”) and the ArcGIS® desktop platform. LP360 for ArcGIS is the world’s most popular LIDAR visualization, editing and information extraction tool set for ArcGIS®. It is available directly from GeoCue Group Inc. (www.geocue.com) and (outside North America) from a global reseller network…

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Default Tasks and Filters within LP360

When LP360 is initially installed, there are several default files that also get installed. These default files include: Point Cloud Tasks, Conflation Tasks and Display Filters. The files can be found at the following location: C:\Users\<userlogin>\AppData\Roaming\LP360 The tasks and filters are stored in XML files and each time a new task or filter is created the information is…

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Horizontal Accuracy Reporting in Terrasolid

In our previous Newsletter we talked about Horizontal Accuracy Reporting and the new standards put forth by the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS), Positional Accuracy Standards for Digital Geospatial Data, in November 2014. The updated standards were designed to tie together past experience with current industry practices for preparing data. The new…

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MicroStation V8i Display Options

When working with vector data within MicroStation and LIDAR data within TerraScan there are times when the user may wish to have the vector data appear on top of the LIDAR data. There are multiple options within MicroStation and/or TerraScan to accomplish this. Option 1: There is a point display option within TerraScan that allows…

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Determining the Coordinate Reference System of LIDAR Data

A portion of the QA/QC process should be to determine what the Coordinate Reference System (CRS) or Spatial Reference System (SRS) is for the LIDAR data. Both horizontal and vertical CRS should be determined as part of the QA/QC process. This check should be done by the vendor prior to delivering the data, as well as the…

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