208 articles AirGon Tools, Tips and Workflows

ASPSuite Error: Loki Rover Observation and Navigation Files do not exist

To use the SBF file (Loki file), ASPSuite will convert it into Rinex observation and navigation files during the file conversion step (Step 2).  If the SBF file has not been converted, and the observation and navigation files are not in the project folder, the error, “Loki Rover Observation and Navigation Files do not exist:”,…

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True View Evo Doesn’t Recognize Cycle Folder

True View Evo doesn’t recognize Cycle Folder. This can happen when attempting to load directly from the UMS drive or from an archive folder. The Cycle dialog will not show flight information for the cycle that the user is attempting to select. The file structure requires three basic components to import a cycle properly in…

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Error: The site is not available.

When attemping to access a site in Reckon web-client, the user gets the following error message: “The site is not available. Please ask your service provider to republish the site.” If the user clicks through this message, no published data will be available. This is caused by not properly completing the publishing process in Reckon…

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Checking the Number of Valid Satellites Used by ASPSuite

ASPSuite has the ability to filter out GNSS satellites based on elevation mask, and Signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) mask. Before reprocessing with increased mask settings, it is good practice to check the number of valid satellites used in the solution. The following steps describe the process for checking the number of valid satellites used in the…

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ASPSuite: GNSS Quality Levels Explained

In step 3 of the processing wizard of ASPSuite the GNSS information is processed in an attempt to generate a good quality rover position file for use in downstream processing. While processing the GNSS solution a command window displays the quality level (Q level) for each epoch of the solution. Review this information for the…

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True View UMS Requirements

The True View UMS (universal mass storage) device should meet the following requirements to be used on the system. USB-C connection FAT32 format 114 GB minimum capacity Need “Systemconfiguration.json” file and “CoreConfiguration.json” file on the drive during operation.  

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DJI GO Gimbal Settings

A DJI gimbal is not pointing forward properly for mapping flights. The top of the camera is slightly skewed to one direction. Please change the following settings in DJI GO or GO 4 depending on your drone configuration: In SmoothTrack Settings, Change Deadband – Pan to “0” and Speed – Pan to “100”. In Movement…

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Large voids when displaying point cloud data in LP360

User sees large voids when displaying point cloud data in LP360. This usually occurs when combining dense and sparse point cloud datasets or displaying terrestrial scanner points clouds. The reason points don’t display properly is that points close to each other spatially are not physically near to one another in the LAS file structure. Here…

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Opening XML for WMSCatalog failed. (22530)

Selecting any button related to the WMSCatalog results in the error message, “Opening XML for WMSCatalog failed. (22530)”. [Window Title]LP360 Error[Main Instruction]Opening XML for WMSCatalog failed. (22530)[Expanded Information]Exception Information:HRESULT: 0x800401f3Description:Interface not supported (9027)[V] Expand this  [ ] Do not show exceptions again.  [OK][Footer]Press ‘Ctrl+C’ to copy message to clipboard. Locate and rename the C:\Users\%USER%\AppData\Roaming\LP360\wmscatalog.xml, where…

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Error setting active layer

User encounters an error message when starting ArcMap with the LP360 for ArcGIS extension stating, “Error setting active layer”. If the user clicks through this error message, basic functionality and display issues will occur, often times leading to software crashes. The crash is happening because ArcMap and/or LP360 is not properly installed and/or registered. Re-installing…

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