Heerbrugg, Switzerland, Nov. 11, 2013—Leica Geosystems announces a major set of updates for its point cloud software applications within its flagship Leica Cyclone and Leica CloudWorx families. These updates save a significant time in the office per day and make it more convenient to work with rich, as-built point cloud data. This is the company’s largest set of point cloud software releases to date.
“What we’re seeing in the market is that our customers are using laser scanning in an increasing variety of scenarios and under more demanding circumstances, so they need more options for working with point cloud data and they need to do their work even faster”, states Chris Thewalt, VP of Scanning Software. “Overall, we continue to see strong growth of 3D laser scanning/High-Definition Surveying (HDS) with a corresponding expansion and diversification of our user community’s needs. In response, we’ve been investing heavily in a number of our standalone Cyclone and our plug-in CloudWorx point cloud software applications. This large set of releases reflects that ongoing investment.”
The set of updates includes the following:
Separate press releases are available for each of the above items.
All of the above products are immediately available.
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