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February 16, 2015
Dewberry Selects LP360 for LIDAR Workflows

Huntsville, Ala., Feb. 16, 2015—QCoherent Software is pleased to announce that Dewberry has purchased multiple copies of LP360 for use in a variety of LIDAR workflows. Amar Nayegandhi, Associate Vice President and Director of Remote Sensing, oversees LIDAR data processing for Dewberry. Mr. Nayegandhi stated that he had chosen LP360 after evaluating multiple desktop LIDAR analytic tools.

“Rapid quality assessment of LIDAR data is critical to our workflows. LP360 has the ability to handle large data sets while maintaining very fast display response. It has a wide variety of point cloud tools that are quite easy to use. It can be run as a stand-alone 64 bit application as well as an ArcGIS extension, providing us with flexibility in deployment.”

Nancy Graham, general manager of QCoherent Software stated “We are extremely pleased that Dewberry has selected LP360 for their LIDAR workflows. Dewberry is widely recognized as the leading company in North America for managing large LIDAR data collection projects. It is a privilege to work with Mr. Nayegandhi and his team. Dewberry works closely with us, providing feedback that we are able to use in improving the features in our software.”

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