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February 1st, 2012
VRMesh V7.0 Announced for LiDAR Point Cloud Classification

Unlike traditional LiDAR data processing workflows that have to extract ground points first before classifying vegetation and buildings, the first fundamental step in VRMesh Survey is to detect vegetation. It provides a next-generation solution to automatically extract vegetation, buildings, and ground points from LiDAR data, no matter the data is gathered from steep slopes covered with dense vegetation or areas where there is very few ground points available.

Key features of VRMesh Survey empower users to:

  • Automatically classify LiDAR point clouds with high accuracy.
  • Extract building footprints and create 3D buildings in one click.
  • Detect powerlines and conduct a clearance analysis.
  • Create a grid surface or an accurate meshed surface from point clouds.
  • Import and export the shape file.
  • Batch process multiple files.

Please stop by Booth 95 at ILMF 2012 for a live demonstration. We are pleased to show you our innovative technologies. We provide stand-alone applications, and also provide customized versions upon customers’ specifications.