Reproject/Shift LAS PCT in LP360

This workflow is for reprojecting, shifting, or scaling in x, y, and/or z direction, for LAS data. This is useful for converting: Geographic Spatial Reference System (SRS) to Projected SRS and vice versa. Projected SRS to another Projected SRS Different measurement units: US survey feet, international feet and meters. Removing vertical bias from LAS data…

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Register for an evaluation license for Terrasolid software

GeoCue Group is the North American reseller for the Terrasolid software covering the US, Canada and Mexico. If you would like to try out the Terrasolid software before you buy it. Register for an evaluation license by following these steps: Download the latest versions of the desired Terrasolid software modules at https://www.terrasolid.com/ssl/download_software.php. Please note that the…

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GeoCue v2014 Update

This month we are busy finalizing features and testing the 2014 annual release of GeoCue, which will be available in the coming weeks. We’ve worked hard to vastly improve the GeoCue update and installation user experience with our recently completed Quick Installer. The new installer handles updates to the software, both client and server, as…

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Select LAS Files Graphically in LP360

Ever get frustrated trying to find one of your project LAS files in the LAS Files Table of Contents window? The Select LAS Files Graphically button is the tool you need. Simply click the Select LAS files graphically button and then select the LAS tile that you want to find. The corresponding LAS file is…

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Adding LIDAR Data to LP360

For those familiar with ArcGIS, yet new to using LP360, how to add LIDAR data to LP360 for ArcGIS is often confusing. Typical first instinct is to use ESRI’s Add Data Button to load your LIDAR data into the program. The problem is that using this button will add each LIDAR file to a separate…

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Did you know that you can “tune” how LP360 uses memory?

Did you know that you can “tune” how LP360 uses memory? This is accomplished via the Performance tab on the LAS Layer Properties dialog (Figure 1). A word of caution is in order before modifying these settings. If you are running a 32 bit version of LP360 (and, unfortunately, LP360 for ArcGIS® is forced to…

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CueTip – Merging LAS Data

This note describes the procedure for using GeoCue’s ‘Merge’ command to combine LAS data from different layers or different data sources without having to repopulate working segments from the original source data. This procedure preserves any existing work – e.g. ground classification or building extraction – that has already been done on the target layer. …

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