233 articles LP360 Tools, Tips and Workflows

Information regarding the tools available in LP360.

LP360 Error: A target vertical coordinate system was specified, but the source vertical coordinate system was not.

This error occurs when attempting to use the Reproject/Shift LAS point cloud task in LP360, and the vertical coordinate system of the input files (source) have not been defined. The following steps explain how to define the vertical coordinate system of the source files.

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LP360 Command Line Executables

LP360 has several command line executable style programs that assist with productivity for different tasks, particularly when working with large amounts of data or repeating processes. These executables may be run: Via an MS-DOS style batch scripts By configuring corresponding commands and checklist steps within the GeoCue workflow software to take advantage of the command…

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LP360 Startup Stuck on Processing Shell Command

Problem: When attempting to start LP360 it gets stuck on the splash screen and there is a small message at the bottom of the splash screen that says, “Processing shell command”. Probable Resolution: This is a known problem in Windows 10 that has since been fixed by Microsoft in an update to Windows 10. Please…

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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 for Windows, LP360 for sUAS, and LP360 for GeoCue. 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…

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When would one use Out Areas in Breakline Enforcement?

Out areas are used to create void areas in the TIN, resulting in No Data values in the exported DEM raster. One may wish to do this for: Waterbodies Perhaps for sensitive areas To not generate contours in the interior of buildings If the project area is a corridor or oddly shaped, then one can…

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Breaklines in LP360- Part 5

In the last section, we discussed the creation of 3D breaklines for enforcing situations where the elevation must be a constant along the breakline. The most common example of this application is “water body flattening” such as lakes and ponds. In this final section we will consider the case of varying elevation along the breakline.…

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Point Cloud Tasks

Point Cloud Tasks What is a Point Cloud Task (PCT)? A function (Extract ground, Conflate Line) that operates on points and/or vectors. A task can be a filter and/or an extractor. A filter classifies or changes the classification values for points (e.g. classify ground). An extractor extracts information from the point cloud data into vector,…

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Breaklines in LP360- Part 4

This is the fourth edition of our series on breaklines in LP360. In this edition, we will have a look at how features are represented in LP360 as well as the tools available for collecting “flat” breaklines. Features: Features in LP360 are internally stored as files in Shape format. This is a binary standard developed…

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Error 6: EPSG PCS/GCS code not found in EPSG Support Files

Symptom: While running the Point Cloud Statistics Extractor Point Cloud Task it returns “Error 6: EPSG PCS/GCS code 37518 not found in EPSG Support Files. Is this a valid EPSG coordinate system?“. The error message indicates that one or more input LAS files has been assigned an EPSG code that is not a valid code.…

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