LiGeoreference is a proprietary software which allows users to convert range measurements and POS information from mobile, UAV or airborne laser scanning systems to georeferenced coordinates. The software provides flexible solutions for generating 3D point clouds in LAS or LiData formats with LiDAR returns mapped to a user-specified datum (e.g., WGS 1984) and/ or projection system (e.g. UTM). LiGeoreference also provides data fusion tools to assign LiDAR points with color information based on the color imagery integrated on the laser scanning system. Laser scanners from multiple providers, such as Riegl and Velodyne, are supported.
· Automatically calculate the georeferenced coordinates of
LiDAR point cloud from mobile, UAV or airborne laser
· Fuse LiDAR point clouds with RGB imagery to assigned
color information to each LiDAR point.
· Support the output of both geographic coordinates
and projected coordinates.
· Support the process of laser scanning measurements
from multiple laser scanner providers.
Map solutions include data acquisition, data fusion, object detection, vectorization, mapping, and so on.
Leverage LiDAR360 processing software to generate geospatial products from mobile, terrestrial, UAV or airborne systems that meet critical needs of foresters.
Solution using GVI LiBackpack D50 and LiDAR360 that allow clients to quickly and accurately measure the volume of sand barge cargo load in various and sometimes difficult operating environments.
Using LiAir Series and LiDAR360's Power Line module to detect hazardous vegetation overgrowth along the transmission lines and pylons.
A previous article showcased GVI solutions using UAV LiDAR for high-voltage transmission line survey. We now turn to another question, what about using LiDAR to inspect power distribution lines in urban neighborhoods?
Data set alignment also referred to as co-registration, can be quickly carried out using GreenValley's LiDAR360 point cloud processing software.