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Processing Lidar Data From Multiple Flights

picture of Darrick Wagg Processing Lidar Data

When it comes to processing LiDAR and photogrammetric data, GIS professionals have been relying on the 3D High-Performance Point Cloud Processing capabilities of LP360. This advanced LIDAR software makes easy work of extracting information and generating deliverables in an intuitive GIS environment.

One of the benefits of LP360 is the ability to import multi-cycles (flights) of data from TrueView, Microdrones, and other guest sensors. In the video below, Darrick Wagg, Vice President of Customer Success at GeoCue, demonstrates how to process LiDAR data in LP360 and the improved multi-cycle import processing feature.

Improved Multi Cycle Import Processing

Multi-Cycle Import is available for the full line of TrueView 3D Imaging Sensors, the full line of drone surveying equipment from Microdrones, and other guest sensors. This is the ability to import all of the data and raw information from each LiDAR cycle.

Cycles can be added with base observation and ancillary files, survey nail information, and batch import showing progress and status reporting per cycle. In addition, all base station observation files can be added and LP360 will auto-select the appropriate ones for each cycle.

To assist with the organization of your data, LP360 will automatically generate view groups for each cycle and temporal date. It’s a feature that Darrick highlights in the video. “One of the things we’ve added in LP360, are some controls on your project display,” he explained. “As you get into a lot of different processing with multiple flights, we give you the ability to create view groups. This gives you a nice, easy way to make the table contents a little bit slimmer, a little bit more defined, so you can see exactly what you’re working with.”

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