Now in its third year of development, Pixels-to-Points includes a new masking option, which removes uniform background colors from photos to improve photogrammetric analysis. It also introduces the ability to automatically detect images containing ground control points, a new tool to delineate the visible range of each photo to monitor overlap and coverage, and an option to create an individual orthoimage from each photo.
“This is an exciting release for the team here at Blue Marble due to the increased refinement of the Pixels to Points interface. This is a release where many individual updates, many of which were suggested by our users, total up to big steps forward in function and usability,” stated Sam Knight, Director of Product Management.
Supplementing the Module’s automatic building, tree, and powerline reclassification functionality, the version-21 LiDAR Module release includes a new function for automatically identifying and reclassifying utility poles in a point cloud layer.
To learn more about the LiDAR Module visit the Blue Marble website.
About Blue Marble Geographics: Since the early 1990s, Blue Marble Geographics has been a pioneer in the development of powerful and innovative geospatial software. Widely regarded for its expertise in coordinate conversion and file format support, Blue Marble’s products include Geographic Calculator, the paradigm for highly accurate spatial data conversion and advanced projection management; Global Mapper, a fully-functional and affordable GIS application; and the Global Mapper LiDAR Module, a suite of powerful point cloud processing tools.