Register your scan to local coordinates, filter or decimate the points, overlay photo images in 3D, snap to edges and code the descriptions for automated field-to finish processing of linework and symbols and create contours, profiles, sections, and breaklines. You will be able to read scan data from many instruments, view and process up to 1 billion points, and then perform the Field-to-Finish from the scanned data! This Carlson Software office products allows users to export surface models, points, contours, breaklines and profiles to CAD.
Top NEW PointCloud features:
- Import point clouds with up to 1 billion points in them. Carlson PointCloud 2013 uses a new cloud engine that allows ultra large clouds.
- Work with Scan files up to 10 million points.
- Ability to import more cloud formats including Lidar, Leica, Faro, DEM and more.
- Register multiple scans into one cloud.
- Reduce anomalies with tools like Resample Cloud and Clean Cloud.
- Continue data improvement with Smooth Mesh and Simplify Mesh.
- Extract data from clouds or meshes – TINs, Contours, Profiles, Sections and Breaklines – and draw them in CAD design.
- Use the full power of Carlson Field-to-Finish with PointCloud data. You can use the same FLD files you use with GPS or conventional total stations with Symbols, Line Work and Labels all drawn in CAD.
- Built on AutoCAD: Runs in AutoCAD from version 2004 to current version as well as AutoCAD Map, LandDesktop and Civil3D
- Comes with IntelliCAD built-in
- Load Surfaces – Imports scan data from various sources
- View Surface – 3D viewer for point cloud data
- Scan Utilities – Routines to resample and filter scan data
- Simplify Mesh – Reduces the size of the model by removing least significant data points
- Survey PointCloud – Creates points and linework within the 3D pointcloud viewer using Field-To-Finish coding
- Breaklines – Automatic 3D breakline creation based on surface zomes
- Profiles, Sections – Trace an alignment across the site and generate profiles or sections
- Contours – Create contours from the surface model