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August 1st, 2011
Leica Cyclone 7.2 Improves Processing of Rich, “As-built” Point Clouds from Laser Scanning

Leica Geosystems announces new Leica Cyclone v7.2 software that improves office processing and use of rich “as-built” point cloud data. Several innovations in Leica Cyclone 7.2 address key market needs and trends in the processing and use of rich, as-built point cloud data from laser scanning/High-Definition Surveying. One constant market driver is the desire to reduce laser scanning project costs, including office time, especially as projects trend towards more scans and higher scan densities. New Leica Cyclone 7.2 features that reduce processing time include: Read More