MADISON — GeoCue is presenting software and its new imaging sensor at Intergeo 2022, Europe’s largest geospatial conference. The conference is Oct. 18-20 in Essen, Germany.
GeoCue is a LiDAR (laser imaging, detection, and ranging) data technology company headquartered in Madison.
The TrueView 655/660 imaging sensor GeoCue’s third-generation RIEGL (laser measurement systems) integration. It includes triple mapping-cameras – right, left, nadir – as opposed to the usual dual oblique cameras. The system is designed for high accuracy mapping and features vegetation penetration and wire detection in a lightweight payload package.
“With our newly released 655/660, the third RGB nadir camera provides a direct view of the ground below,” said Frank Darmayan, CEO of GeoCue. “This maximizes data collection for time flown, while improving the quality of photogrammetry and colorized point clouds our customers can provide.”
LP360, an advanced geospatial data processing software, offers two product lines for all LiDAR and photogrammetry data processing needs, the company said.
GeoCue also makes a product for drone users. Its LP360 Drone is their core product for drone geospatial data workflow and can transform LiDAR and imagery data into survey-grade deliverables that include visualization, quality checks, classification, 3D editing, and analysis capabilities.
Furthermore, larger dataset users can process captured LiDAR data or images from any aircraft or mobile sensor of choice using LP360 Geospatial to analyze and extract value for large LiDAR datasets.
Vivien Heriard Dubreuil, CEO of GeoCue’s parent company mdGroup, said having the right software is key to getting the most out of LiDAR data.
“We are excited to bring LP360 to Europe,” she said. “This software brings many additional features and resources for our users to produce the right deliverables without having to use any secondary processing software.
“We’ll be demonstrating the workflow and geospatial tools available in LP360 at our Intergeo booth. We look forward to users of all survey equipment, including the DJI L1, to visit us with their system-specific questions and challenges. We are confident our software can help improve their deliverables.”
A two-day LP360 training course will take place in Siegen, Germany, Nov. 9-10. The course will cover a broad range of LiDAR mapping workflows and help clients become more efficient with LP360 software and drone mapping tools.