Point Cloud Exploitation Tools

The World’s Most Powerful GIS Environment for LIDAR and Photogrammetric Point Cloud Processing

Whether from airborne LIDAR or drone collected imagery, 3D point clouds have become a critical base mapping layer. LP360 provides tools from rapid visualization and derived product generation through advanced features such as automatic ground classification and building footprint extraction.


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Creating Island Breaklines in LP360

The following workflow and accompanying video describes the suggested workflow for digitizing breaklines around islands within LP360. Creating Island Breaklines: Workflow Configure a conflation task for the lake or main waterbody that the island resides within. Read More

Pyramiding Files when Adding Files to Layer

About Pyramiding Files Pyramiding is used to improve display performance for large files. This is similar to the way reduced resolution overviews work. When the Pyramid checkbox is selected, a pyramid file (.QVR) is created for any file that is either missing the .QVR file or the .QVR file is older than the file. Read More

Patching or Filling a Data Holiday

The basic steps of patching or filling a data holiday (hole) in LAS data using LP360 are:
1. Draw a polygon (referred to as the “patch” polygon) over the area of the original LAS data that needs to be replaced. Allow a bit of overlap into the good data. You can use the Draw Shape Feature PCT to create the polygon. Read More

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