51 articles LP360 Drone Tools, Tips and Workflows

GeoCue’s repository of articles covering tools, tips, and workflows for processing point clouds in LP360 Drone.

LP360 Cloud Ground Classification – Method and Context

LP360 Cloud Ground Classification is a processing module on LP360 Cloud. It allows users to automatically classify the ground for data on the cloud. It can be used with any point cloud, however it has been designed for easy use with the TrueView 3DIS sensors. A user must be assigned an LP360 Cloud Starter license…

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How to use LP360 Cloud Ground Classification

1. Introduction LP360 Cloud Ground Classification is a module available in LP360 Cloud, starting in 2024, and can be used to automatically classify the ground for data on the cloud. In this article we’ll explain step by step how to use the LP360 Cloud Ground Classification module. Refer to the LP360 Cloud Ground Classification –…

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Single Base vs SMARTBase vs PP-RTX for post processing the sensor trajectory

In LP360 Drone, formerly called TrueView EVO, the user has a number of options for post-processing the sensor trajectory solution for a TrueView, microdrones, or guest sensor. Here is a quick comparison chart of the options. For more details on each method click on the name in the header to take you to their descriptive…

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Authentication_Failed: Could not create SSL/TLS secure channel

Attempting to run POSPacCloud to process a sensor trajectory solution in LP360 Drone results in an authentication failed error, “An error occurred running POSPacCloud.exe: C:\Program Files\Applanix\POSPac Cloud\POSPacCloud.exe AUTHENTICATION_FAILED The request was aborted: Could not create SSL/TLS secure channel. When installing LP360 an incorrect version of POSPacCloud was installed separately that was incompatible with the latest…

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LP360 Software Update Guide

A brief overview of the installation process when updating LP360 is as follows, details in the Update Guide: The following document covers the upgrade process for the LP360 family of products; LP360 (64-bit), and LPViewer. For new installations, or troubleshooting tips, please see the full Installation Guide.

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LP360 Cloud

1. Introduction LP360 Cloud is a new product available in 2023, with support in LP360 starting in the v2023.1 release. In this article, we will describe the product functionalities and how one might use it with your workflows. 2. License LP360 now has two LP360 Cloud Addon products that are subscription licenses: License requirements: 3.…

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Archiving TrueView Cycles to LP360 Cloud

Introduction GeoCue customers using TrueView or microdrones products can upload their archived Cycles to LP360 Cloud for efficient long term backup. Each customer account has an LP360 Online account with an account administrator that is e-mailed credentials when the first product is purchased. The LP360 Online account provides access to all LP360 Online services. The…

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LP360 Drone Users Guide

LP360 is a 64-bit Windows® desktop application used for many years by the LP360 Geospatial community for processing traditional aerial, mobile, and terrestrial tripod laser scanner data. The LP360 Drone community is the focus of this Users Guide containing the LP360 workflows for processing and exploiting TrueView, microdrones® and guest sensor drone data. Formerly called…

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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 Geospatial, LP360 for sUAS, TrueView EVO/LP360 Drone. 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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Error: Token Expired

When a user attempts to login to LP360 Online in the LP360 Desktop application, she encounters the LP360 Online license error, “Token Expired”. Potential Resolution #1 The time and date on your machine may be incorrect. This can cause the subscription/LP360 Online login to fail. Please check the configuration of the clock on your machine…

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