New Road-SIT Survey v.7.5 at INTERGEO 2019 !!
INTERGEO 2019: Messe Stuttgart, Messepiazza 1, Stuttgart Germany - Sep. 17-19, 2019 - HALL 3 STAND B3.025
INTERGEO represents the most important communications and networking forum for geo-IT anywhere in the world. A high level of innovation makes it the annual must-attend event for the industry.
SITECO will be attending showcasing the Road-Scanner family and the new release of Road-SIT Survey v. 7.5 the mobile mapping data application, fully compatible with the most widespread mobile mapping systems like the Optech-Lynx, Riegl-VMX, Topcon IPS3, Leica Pegasus, and of course Road-Scanner.
Road-SIT Survey, v. 7.5 has been enhanced by integrating new advanced features and smart functionalities. The main key points are the following:
- Point cloud coloring, quick coloring process and high-quality final result.
It is possible to select the cameras that have produced sharper images, avoiding shadow and frame overlapping. A new option allows the batch coloring of a whole project thanks to the new multiple-selection command.
A dedicated command allows the calculation of the normals through the analysis of the point cloud of each laser and provides information on curvature and direction of the normal at each point.
- Calculation of planes, for the identification of the planes that best approximate, locally, the point clouds produced with each laser, through the development of best-fitting algorithms. This feature is particularly useful for extracting planar features such as roads, sidewalks, and building walls.
- Classification or semantic segmentation of a 3D point cloud, this process assigns, to each cloud point a class based on the point location area or the object type. Two classification approaches are available: the first one based on the use of points, the second one based on a voxel grid (cubic volumes of about 15 cm per side).
- Line extraction, a new function that automatically digitizes the position of the sidewalks. Two lines are automatically drawn, corresponding to the lower edge (red line) and higher edge (green line) of the sidewalk respectively.
- New Filters allowing the upload of the point cloud according to the normal direction:
- vertically downwards to identify, for example, the beams of an overpass
- vertically upwards to identify all horizontal surfaces, such as the road surface
- horizontal direction to identify vertical planes such as building facades
- Curvature, filtering the curvature radius
- Intensity, filtering reflectance, useful, for example, to isolate the laser data from the road marking
- Classification, filtering all the objects automatically identified with the semantic segmentation.
The Technical Director of SITECO, Mr. Augusto Burchi, stated: ”Great results have been achieved in the development of features that really ease the work of editing point clouds, extracting and classifying objects, thanks to automated commands and without penalizing the accuracy level that has always been a strength of our company policy”
We'll wait for you for a live demo at our stand, Hall 3 Stand B3.025.