Colorado Springs, Colo. USA - QCoherent Software LLC, provider of Limitless LIDARâ¢ software tools, announces the release of LP360 version 1.2, LIDAR extension for the ESRI ArcGISâ¢ environment. LP360 employs a specially-designed ArcMapâ¢ data layer to access and draw LIDAR points directly from LAS files. The unique architecture of LP360 supports enormous quantities of point cloud data. LP360 effortlessly facilitates the integration of LIDAR point cloud data with other GIS data types supported by ArcGISâ¢. "The high-capacity architecture of LP360 provides rapid on-demand access to industry-standard LAS files while eliminating needless import, export, translation and tiling operations," said Michael Watry, company General Manager. "With LP360, we have met our goals of integrating an innovative and well-rounded LIDAR software package into the ESRI environment, while maintaining the look and feel of ArcMapâ¢ data layer property pages, display controls, and data attribute filters. Additionally, we've provided an embedded profile viewer and LAS file manager, coupled with import, export, and data point 'identify' capabilities."
Requiring only a standard ArcViewâ¢ license, the LP360 extension installs quickly and easily. For more information, please visit QCoherent online at www.QCoherent.com, contact us by phone at 719-386-6900, or by email us at email@example.com. QCoherent Software is an innovative provider of high-capacity, integrated, Limitless LIDARâ¢ software tools. QCoherent is headquartered in Colorado Springs, CO, USA.
QCoherent Software announces release of LP360 version 1.2, a LIDAR extension for ArcGIS.
July 26, 2006