OxTS Georeferencer is a software tool developed by OxTS to combine INS trajectory data with raw LiDAR data to create a georeferenced 3D Pointcloud.
OxTS Georeferencer takes a file collected with a LiDAR scanner (synchronised in real-time with an OxTS inertial navigation system), a processed navigation trajectory file from the OxTS INS, and some required configuration files, to create a LAS pointcloud file that can be viewed in many 3rd party LiDAR software packages.
Thanks to our experience in calibration techniques, we have been able to develop a data-driven technique that helps system integrators and end users to start their work with confidence that their INS and LiDAR hardware has been installed precisely and accurately.
LiDAR Surveying Brochure
OxTS inertial navigation systems provide end users with absolute position and highly accurate inertial measurement information. This information allows them to georeference pointclouds from multiple LiDAR sensors.
These measurements help increase survey repeatability, cut down the time to survey, intelligently analyse data, improve final results and increase project ROI.
Read the OxTS LiDAR Surveying brochure to find out more.
OxTS Georeferencer 'How To' Tutorial
Learn the basics of using OxTS Georeferencer with this short tutorial video.
During the tutorial, OxTS Product Engineer Jacob Amacker discusses:
- How to use OxTS Georeferencer
- The different files required for the compatible LiDAR sensors
- How to check your surveying route
- The different processing options OxTS Georeferencer offers
- The georeferencing, pointcloud creation feature
Jacob also demonstrates the boresight calibration tool available within OxTS Georeferencer and shows example pointclouds. He then explains how the different options described play into the final results of these.