True View 250 Hardware User Guide

The True View 250 Hardware Users Guide covers the ins and outs of installing and operating the True View® 250 2DIS. Updated for firmware v3.0.5. The True View® 250 features dual GeoCue mapping camera with a 120° fused field of view for efficient and accurate photogrammetric data collection in a 1 kg package. The system is currently compatible with…

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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 v3.0.5. 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 Lever Arm Offset Override

Some scenarios may require you to process your True View data with different lever arm offsets or IMU mounting angles than the ones recorded in the APX-15 at the time of acquisition. For instance, if you move the system to a new drone, but forget to update the lever arm values following the applicable system…

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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 UMS Requirements

The True View UMS (USB Mass Storage) device should meet the following requirements to be used on the system. USB-C connection 3.1 or better FAT32 format for firmware pre v2.0.3, or NTFS after updating firmware to v2.0.3 or later 114 GB minimum capacity Need “SystemConfiguration.json” and “CoreConfiguration.json” files on the drive during operation.   True View…

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Turn Down the “Noise”: Data Smoothing in True View EVO Software

Originally posted on the GeoCue Group website on May 28, 2020 What causes “Noise”? Drone LIDAR systems that use “automotive grade” laser scanners are known to be “noisy” as compared to a high end survey grade LIDAR such as those from Riegl. Part of this noise phenomenon is an illusion caused by close point spacing (Nominal…

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True View EVO System Requirements

Recommended systems for True View EVO Processing: Windows Version 10, Professional 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 a minimum capacity of 256 GB Secondary storage recommended…

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