Upload and visualize


Data formats

Datasets are ready for upload when they are in a global coordinate system and an assigned height reference system, and compressed into one ZIP file.

ZIP file maximum size can be up to 2GB & amount of points can be 50 million, but usually device graphics cards don’t support large datasets, so under 1 GB is recommended to be convenient for utilization.

Supported 3D model formats: .obj and .ifc. If .obj file include textures, include also the .mtl and .png/.jpeg -files to the same compressed ZIP file, if they exist.
Supported point cloud file formats: .asc, .xyz, .csv, .txt, .las. Files should include coordinates in X, Y, Z format. Separator can be space, comma, tabulator, vertical bar, colon or semicolon.

For the point cloud colors can be added to point cloud file. Add RGB values after coordinate.

Make sure there are no double points in your files.

 

Upload

To upload the files, drag and drop the ZIP file onto the map or select files by clicking the upload field in upload panel. Once successfully uploaded, the file will appear under the ‘Dataset Files’ and conversion process will start automatically. Access the dataset after the conversion process by clicking it.

After the upload the conversion process will start. While dataset is processed it cannot be removed.

 


Dataset information

Before you can share the dataset, you need to enter some required information about it. After all the required fields have been filled, your dataset status will be set to ‘Completed’.

Use the drop down menu to select the preferred coordinate-base for your geo-referenced point cloud. For datasets with local coordinate system, click ‘Place the dataset manually on the map’ and select the location on the map. You can also rotate the dataset.

General info

  • Dataset name (The default name of the dataset is the same as the name of your ZIP file)
  • Client Organization name (This information will be visible on PDF report)
  • Location of the dataset (This information will be visible to your client)
  • The start and end date for when the survey was carried out (The default date is the uploading date to GISGRO)

dataset information

 


Data visualization

In 3D view you can use visualization tools, and edit dataset info.

You need to set the coordinate system before you can access in 3D.

Access 3D by clicking 3D image on left corner or ‘3D’ button in dataset panel. You can add and edit a colormap and point size easily by clicking the ‘Layer setting’ icon.

add colormap

choose colormap

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