MetroMap LiDAR offers point clouds with a density ranging 10-20 ppm (points per square metre) and a vertical accuracy of 10 cm. These point clouds are available as full colour, non-classified or Type 1/2/3 classified data sets.
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Aerometrex Type 1 classification refers to point clouds that have been subjected to our specialised auto-classification macro and additional manual classification improvements to ground level points. Effort has been applied to ensure high and low points are correctly classified and manually checked. Water points and bridges are removed from ground class to appropriate classification codes. Type 1 data meets the ICSM Level 2 standards for ground points and ICSM Level 1 standards for above ground feature classes.
In Aerometrex Type 2 classified point clouds, manual effort has been applied to ensure high and low points are correctly classified. Water points and bridges are removed from ground class to appropriate classification codes. Additional manual effort is applied to points greater than 2m above ground ensuring correct classification of buildings, high vegetation, and above ground infrastructure. Type 2 data meets the ICSM Level 3 standards for ground points and ICSM Level 2 standards for above ground feature classes.
Full Colour Point Cloud
Type 2 Classified Point Cloud
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