is a tool to classify buildings and high vegetation (i.e. trees) in LAS/LAZ files. This tool requires that the bare-earth points have already been identified (e.g. with lasground) and that the elevation of each point above the ground was already computed with lasheight (which stores a coarse height value inContinue Reading

is a tool for bare-earth extraction: it classifies the LiDAR points into ground points (class = 2) and non-ground points (class = 1). The tools works very well in natural environments such as mountains, forests, fields, hills, and even steep terrain but also gives excellent results in towns or cities.Continue Reading

This is a handy tool to report the contents of the header, the VLRs, and a short summary of the min and max values of the points for LAS/LAZ files. The tool warns when there is a difference between the header information and the point content for counters and bounding box extent. WhenContinue Reading

is a simple yet fast LiDAR visualization tool that has a number of neat little tricks that may surprise you. It can also edit the classification of the points as well as delete them. For more details see the README file.Continue Reading