Point clouds provide a wealth of geospatial information required for fast and effective decision-making. Though the process of extracting the data can be cumbersome and time consuming, often resulting in the data being unused or irrelevant.
With data essentially overflowing, it is becoming more difficult for end-users to manage, distribute, exploit, and visualize their point data from the desktop through to the server and over to the world.
As such, organizations require the right tools for truly unlocking the power of their point clouds. Fortunately, new point cloud analysis technology can help organizations leverage LiDAR and software-synthesized point clouds, which is ideal for forestry management, power corridor monitoring, and flood planning.