Announcing AirGon LLC, our new small UAS Company!

As discussed in our February issue of GeoCue Group News, we have launched a new subsidiary company. This company is “AirGon, LLC.” We have not yet finalized the logo or type styling but the LLC is officially formed! AirGon will focus on the small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS) business, particularly from a metric point of…

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GeoCue Down Under

We have a long history at GeoCue of working with companies and organizations from down under. Our LP360 for ArcGIS continues to find widespread adoption in Australian firms and government agencies, and our GeoCue workflow management suite is deployed to support production operations in the very active airborne LIDAR market in the region. However, this…

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What’s New in GeoCue 2011

GeoCue 2011.1 is the major GeoCue feature upgrade release for 2011. GeoCue has now been in heavy day-to-day production (in commercial release) for about 7 years. Many of the new features that have appeared in GeoCue are a direct result of the feedback that we received from our user base of GeoCue customers. GeoCue Version…

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What’s New in GeoCue v6.0

GeoCue 6.0 is the GeoCue feature upgrade release for winter 2009. GeoCue has now been in heavy day‐to‐day production (in commercial release) for about 5 years. Many of the new features that have appeared in GeoCue are a direct result of the feedback that we received from our user base of GeoCue customers. GeoCue Version…

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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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