shrug-l: LiDAR and 9.2

William Millinor BMillinor at jonesedmunds.com
Wed Dec 13 15:04:24 EST 2006


It works fine. Just make sure to pick the correct ground classification
if it will be used for a DTM. Otherwise you will get all the las
classes. It will put the las data into a multipoint file and it actually
runs fairly fast. We have created a few countywide terrain data sets
based on las data so far with good results. So far it seems ESRI did a
good job with 9.2 terrains and TINs may finally be able to go away. And,
by the way, 9.2 also imports generate files as well. Good luck.

 

Bill Millinor, GISP 

GIS Analyst 
Jones Edmunds 
730 NE Waldo Road 
Gainesville, FL 32641 
352-377-5821 ext. 4141 

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[mailto:shrug-l-bounces at lists.dep.state.fl.us] On Behalf Of Jason Houck
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Subject: shrug-l: LiDAR and 9.2

 

Has anyone tried bringing a LiDAR dataset (.las file) into 9.2 yet?  If
so, how did it go?

 

Jason M. Houck, MS

Environmental Scientist III / GIS Analyst

Ecological and Environmental Sciences Dept.

DRMP, Inc.

941 Lake Baldwin Lane

Orlando, Florida 32814

407-896-0594 (phone)

407-896-4836 (fax)

 

 

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