Raymetrics provides a full suite of custom-designed LIDAR software in a common GUI with every system. No additional software is needed to run the system or perform advanced analysis. Modules are included for:
- System Alignment
- Measurement Scheduling
- Data Acquisition
- Data Storage (Database)
- Data Analysis
- Data Visualization (in 3D if system is 3D scanning)
- System Diagnostics
Data analysis software
Real-time Range Corrected Signal
Scan data can be viewed in 3D in Raymetrics software or dropped into Google Earth
Raymetrics LIDARs can be fully automated through measurement scheduling software, including 3D scanning systems which can be programmed with multiple scan patterns.
Data can be displayed in real-time, with "quick-look plots" exported as jpegs either manually or automatically.
Raymetrics' software now features auto-picking of atmospheric layers, including the Planetary Boundary Layer (PBL), clouds and aerosol layers.
Software can also achieve automatic particle classification in real-time, allowing the user to discriminate between volcanic ash, dust, smoke and marine particles.
Data format is binary for fast processing, with the option to automatically convert to ASCII format for compatibility with other software.
Raymetrics does not currently limit the number of licences for users. Clients can even request access to the source code to develop additonal software modules, or can request Raymetrics to develop new modules.
Raymetrics LIDARs are controlled by internal industrial grade PCs running Windows Operating Systems. As such, our LIDARs can be easily networked in all the myriad ways a PC can be networked. This can include connection via Ethernet to a network, with data sent to a remote server for distribution to web pages, or any other method. Raymetrics LIDARs can even be operated remotely from mobile phones or tablets.
3D Scanning data can be displayed and viewed in 3D in Raymetrics' native software, or can be easily exported for use in other software (e.g. we can provide a simple 3-click solution for displaying data in Google Earth).
Database for data archiving
Automatic layer picking function (PBL)
Automatic particle discrimination (blue areas are marine aerosols; green areas are dust)