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04/09/20

GeoCue 's True View 410 Drone LIDAR + Imagery sensor is available in two different business models, standard purchase or subscription. This article helps you decide which business model is the best fit for your company. Read more...

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04/01/20

GeoCue evaluates most surveyors wants when surveying with drone LIDAR, but we take a closer look at surveyors want versus what they need. Read more...

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03/25/20

GeoCue tests to see how well the True View 410 Imagery/LIDAR sensor (3D Imaging System, 3DIS) could perform when mapping relatively steep terrain. Read more...

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03/18/20

Here are 5 important aspects to consider when building a business case for purchasing or subscribing/renting a 3D Imaging system, True View sensor. Read more...

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03/12/20

GeoCue President and CTO, Lewis Graham, outlines drone mapping considerations for checking precision and accuracy using GeoCue's True View 410, 3D Imaging Sensor. Read more...

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03/04/20

GeoCue presents a simple situation where a user wants to measure volume of a stockpile scenario to highlight basic volumetric analysis collected with 3D Imaging Sensor, True View 410 and processing with True View Evo. Read more...

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02/24/20

We always realized the advantage of quick processing but now a few customers are as well. We have recently been involved in two separate operations where rapid “flight to data” was a requirement. Read more...

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02/20/20

During this webinar we will flow data from the raw cycle information to a colorized point cloud. Accuracy considerations will include network accuracy, strip-to-strip assessment, hard surface “noise” and general qualitative data inspection. This webinar will feature live demonstrations of True View Evo post-processing software. Read more...

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02/17/20

As an example, we will run ground classification on a highway project we recently flew for the Alabama Department of Transportation (AL DOT). During a heavy rain, a section of Alabama route 231 was heavily damaged by ground sliding under the pavement. We were asked to do a True View 410 flight and provide a ground model. Read more...

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02/10/20

Do not be satisfied with only a network vertical accuracy report for your LIDAR data. This will only reveal horizontal issues if the check points were placed on sloped surfaces. Read more...

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02/06/20

During this presentation, we will discuss the value of colorized LIDAR point clouds in analyzing surface mine site data. We will illustrate the general steps required to collect site data from mission planning through analytic data collection in True View Evo, showing the productivity gains of automatic ground classification, stockpile toe collection and overhead structure classification. As with all True View workflows, particular attention will be given to metric accuracy. Read more...

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02/06/20

One of the “sweet spot” application areas for GeoCue’s True View 410 3D imaging Sensor for drone mapping is land development planning. We will consider the example of a general contractor who needs an accurate elevation model to provide the site works subcontractor. In this webinar, we will follow a True View workflow from mission planning through product generation for siting a new building on a heavily vegetated lot. This webinar will feature live demonstrations of the True View Evo software workflow as well as provide a few tips for successfully performing this type of drone LIDAR/Imaging mapping project. Read more...

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02/06/20

Please join us for a presentation of the True View Evo post-processing workflow for GeoCue’s new True View 410 LIDAR/Imagery fusion sensor (3D Imaging Sensor). The workflow will begin with data transfer from the sensor and move through the steps required to produce a colorize, 3D LIDAR point cloud. In addition to the workflow demonstration, we will also discuss some of the derived products that can be generated within True View Evo. Read more...

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02/06/20

This webinar will cover the approaches available to achieve high-accuracy results with low cost drone platforms. Read more...

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02/05/20

Huntsville, AL – GeoCue Group is pleased to announce a partnership with Sumac Geomatics Incorporated, based in Thunder Bay, Ontario, as a Canadian distributor for GeoCue’s True View® integrated LIDAR/Imaging sensors for UAV/drone operations. Sumac Geomatics will be supporting True View customers in Ontario and Manitoba. GeoCue’s new True View product line provides integrated drone-based 3D LIDAR/Imaging sensors with full workflow software from data capture to product generation. The True View 410 is available for immediate delivery, with additional models being introduced later this year. True View sensors are available as a traditional equipment purchase or as an innovative Hardware-as-a-Service (HaaS) subscription model. Read more...

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02/04/20

There are two True View-specific elements that have already been added to Reckon: managing True View Points and managing sensor calibration files. True View Points accounting is keeping up with the points you are automatically allocated (for subscriptions sensors) or purchase (for both owned and subscription sensors). These points are consumed for processing subscription model sensors and for certain ad hoc processing modes for “Owned” sensors. Read more...

Geocue Article

01/30/20

The reason that we call the True View series an Ecosystem – you get all the components from GeoCue, including the full post-processing software stack and have a single contact for support. We do not sell you a single product; we provide you a complete end-to-end solution for producing high quality output analytics. Read more...

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01/22/20

True View 3D imaging System (3DiS) use Applanix APX Position and Orientation Systems (POS). The POS is a GNSS-aided Inertial Navigation System that provides the precise position and orientation of the sensor at a rate of 200 observations per second. This information is needed to “geocode” LIDAR and determine the exterior orientation of images. Applanix supplies sophisticated software called “POSPac” for post-processing the POS data. POSPac is a rather complex software package so we (GeoCue) have wrapped POSPac (local or Cloud, depending on your business model) within our post-processing software, True View Evo. This reduces POS processing to a simple input wizard. Read more...

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01/15/20

TerraScan and TerraPhoto have long had tools for creating 3D vector models from LIDAR, as well as nadir and oblique imagery. Terrasolid has continuously added to the toolset to make the process more efficient and expand the capabilities. The addition of automatic building and other above ground feature classification, along with automatic building vectorization and quality control workflows have made traditional airborne laser scanning useful for creating 3D city models for creating and updating city databases, including comparisons to existing city footprint information. Read more...

Geocue Article

01/15/20

We keep emphasizing that the True View 410 is a 3D Imaging System (3DIS), not just a drone LIDAR system. So what exactly is a 3DIS? Well, we coined the term so we get to define the technology! Read more...

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