This tutorial introduces the standard workflow of strip alignment for airborne LiDAR point clouds through boresight calibration by LiDAR360.
Data Quality Inspection Data Quality Inspection is required to make sure the data meets the requirements of strip alignment module. It improves the alignment quality after processing.
- 1.1. Click Strip Alignment > Trajectory Quality Analysis to check the trajectory quality from the height analysis, speed analysis and flight attitude analysis.
- 1.2. Click Strip Alignment > Strip Overlap Analysis to analyze the overlap between point clouds.
- 1.3. Click Strip Alignment > Density Quality Analysis to analyze the density of point cloud.
Click Strip Alignment > Boresight to align strips through boresight calibration.
(Optional) Click Strip Alignment > Elevation Difference Inspection to analyze the elevation difference between point clouds.
(Optional) Click Cut Overlap in the Strip Alignment module. For point cloud from LiDAR, the smaller the scanning angle, the higher the quality of the corresponding point cloud. Therefore, to ensure the quality of the point cloud data in the area, the low quality redundant points in the overlapped regions can be removed.