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    AGC-STL
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    Gary Tetley Architect
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    A.R.
    Ragan-Smith Associates
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    Crawford, Murphy & Tilly, Inc.
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    William Tao & Associates
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    Illinois Institute of Technology
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    Bartlett & West
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    D.B.
    Crawford, Murphy & Tilly, Inc.
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    PGAV
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    J.L.
    Little & Associates, Architects

Webinar Recording - Introducing GeoSync Go

This is a recording of our Webinar held on  Friday, July 19th.

With the many methods of collecting and using point cloud data, from photogrammetry, to laser scanning, sharing and organizing your data can get overwhelming.

Point Cloud Data using Autodesk Recap and Navisworks Manage

Seiler Design Solutions presents how to import point cloud data into Navisworks Manage using Recap software.  Watch this brief video for an introduction of these dynamic tools in action.  

https://youtu.be/AQ9LsEA40Z0

Using Point Clouds with Classification - Autodesk ReCap and Civil 3D

This is a correction to a post I made a while ago, concerning creating a Civil 3D surface from LAS point cloud data containing point classifications. Thanks to some information from a reader, I made some testing on the process I outlined earlier and determined it DID NOT filter out non-ground classified points from the surface.