Converting Raster Data to Local Coordinate Systems with Scale Factor

Often clients require deliverables in local coordinate systems. True View EVO has the full ability to scale and transform point clouds to a local coordinate system. We are actively developing a built-in GUI method to scale and transform raster data, typically orthomosaics. Temporarily we have a workflow using a batch script that will perform this…

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Associate Images with Features

One of the features available in True View Evo and LP360, that came from adding image support for the True View 3DIS, is the ability to associate images with existing features in a feature file. Depending on file organization, images can be assigned to specific features and displayed when selected in Feature Analyst. This could…

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Editing Orthomosaics using Metashape

Agisoft’s Metashape (formerly Photoscan) has capabilities for editing orthomosaics. One function is to assign only user selected images for a specific area. This is useful for cleaning up areas of the ortho that have: blurriness, moving vehicles, bad image stitching, etc. Created polygons can also be used for defining a subset of the project area…

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True View 515 Hardware Users Guide

The True View 515 Hardware Users Guide covers the ins and outs of installing and operating the GeoCue True View 515 3D Imaging System (3DIS) (LIDAR/Cameras). Applies to firmware v3.0.7.1. Contents About GeoCue Group, Inc. 4 About True View® 515 5 A True View Cycle 5 True View Hardware Integration Kit (M600) 6 Installing the Top Plate…

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True View 600 Series Hardware Users Guide

The True View 600 Series Hardware Users Guide covers the ins and outs of installing and operating the survey grade Riegl based True View 3DIS (Imaging Systems – LIDAR/Cameras). The True View 600 Series Hardware Users Guide covers the True View 615, 620, 635, and 640. Updated for firmware v3.0.7.1. The True View® 600 Series…

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True View 410 Hardware Users Guide

The True View 410 Hardware Users Guide covers the ins and outs of installing and operating the GeoCue True View 410 3D Imaging System (3DIS) (LIDAR/Cameras). Applies to firmware v3.0.7.1 Contents About GeoCue Group, Inc. 4 About True View® 410 5 A True View Cycle 5 True View Hardware Integration Kit (M600) 6 Installing the…

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True View EVO Users Guide

The True View EVO Users Guide is a comprehensive guide to GeoCue’s True View Evo software. True View EVO is a 64-bit Windows® desktop application used for processing and exploiting True View sensor data. It is GeoCue’s LP360 point cloud exploitation product with the addition of a collection of tools for True View sensor data…

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LP360 Tool Guides

There are many tools and keyboard shortcuts that exist within the LP360 product suite, including LP360 for ArcGIS, LP360, LP360 for sUAS, and True View EVO. Remembering all of them and where to find them may prove difficult, particularly for beginner or casual users. To help we’ve created tool guides that provide the names of…

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True View EVO System Requirements

Recommended systems for True View EVO Processing: Windows Version 10, Professional (64-bit) or Windows 11 Professional, or their server equivalents. i7 or equivalent CPU.  The more cores, the faster the processing 16 GB RAM (32 GB recommended) Nvidia Graphics recommended but not required Graphics must support Open GL 4.5 Internal Solid State Disk (SSD) with…

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LP360 System Requirements

If using LP360 for ArcGIS, your system should meet all requirements of your licensed ESRI™ software, but in all cases, including True View EVO, your system should be no less than: Computer and Processor: PC with a Pentium™ processor or equivalent, 2.2 GHz minimum; Hyperthreading or Multi-core recommended. Memory: 2 GB of RAM required; 16…

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