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TerraScan is a dedicated software solution for processing laser-scanning points and creating fully-featured terrain models.

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Interpolate and export the following points

I have two crossections of the same position. I am looking for a way to interpolate the blue points from the attached image. I need the xyz values of the interpolated points, how can I do this? I ...
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Solving invalid geometries

I have ASCII data from different parts of water bottoms. I would like to convert all the parts into shapefiles. But, when I use the polygonize raster to vector tool in QGIS I get invalid geometries. ...
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Importing point cloud data to Terrascan is incorrectly gridding it?

I am using Terrascan to strip vegetation of some ASCII files to create a bare earth model and also to convert the ASCII txt file into a *las (1.2) file. However, I have noticed that Terrascan (at ...
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How to output points using TerraScan based on selected shape and text of block boundary

For those of you who are familiar with TerraScan, does anyone know how to save/output LAS files based on selected shape and text of block boundaries (tile index)? The TerraScan User Guide is pretty ...
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Converting las files from version 1.2 to 1.3

I have lidar data set which initial waveform data is in LAS 1.3. The classified point cloud needs to be delivered in the same version, but my processing software (TerraSolid V15) allows me to write ...
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Microstation Elements created in QGIS

In my workflow I typically, in Microstation V8 2004 Edition, manually place a shape element around a series of imported coordinates to use as a fence for loading point cloud data in TerraScan. I am ...
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Extracting LiDAR metrics with TerraScan?

I want to extract from a las file statistics such as height percentiles (percentile 95, for example) among others. I can do it with Fusion (using Cloudmetrics and Gridmetrics tools), but I would like ...