Colorado Springs, Colo. - QCoherent Software, provider of Limitless LIDAR software tools, announced the release of LP360 (1.4), the LIDAR extension for ArcGIS. LP360 employs a specially designed ArcMap data layer to access LIDAR points directly from LAS files. The unique architecture of LP360 supports enormous quantities of point cloud data. LP360 effortlessly facilitates the use of complete LIDAR point clouds with other GIS data types supported by ESRI’s ArcGIS software.
New features included in LP360 (1.4) include dynamic on-the-fly tinning and contouring, elevation masking, LAS header reporting, and new data management options for terrestrial (ground) based LIDAR data sets. In addition to its considerable capabilities, LP360 provides access to LPObjects where users can develop custom tools and scripts. With the new release, QCoherent Software continues its mission of developing LIDAR software that enables users of LIDAR data to easily and efficiently access and interface point cloud data with day-to-day operations.
For more information and a free software trial, visit QCoherent online at www.QCoherent.com, contact us by phone at 719-386-6900, or by e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. QCoherent Software is an innovative provider of high-capacity, integrated, Limitless LIDAR™ software tools. QCoherent is headquartered in Colorado Springs, CO, USA.
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QCoherent Software Announces LP360 Version 1.4
February 9, 2007