Input LAS Dataset
The LAS dataset that will be processed. Only LAS points with class code values of 0 and 1 will be evaluated.
|LAS Dataset Layer|
Specifies the source of ground measurements that will be used to determine height above ground.
The class code and maximum height from ground that will be used to reclassify LAS points. The order of the classes in the table will define the range of z-values that will be used to process the reclassification. The z-range of the first entry will span from the ground surface to the specified Height From Ground value. The z-range of subsequent entries will span from the upper limit of the preceding entry to its own Height From Ground value.
Specifies whether and how points will be reclassified as noise based on their proximity from the ground. Noise artifacts in lidar data can be introduced by sensor errors and the inadvertent interception of aerial obstructions, such as birds, in the path of the lidar pulse.
Specifies whether statistics will be computed for the .las files referenced by the LAS dataset. Computing statistics provides a spatial index for each .las file, which improves analysis and display performance. Statistics also enhance the filtering and symbology experience by limiting the display of LAS attributes, such as classification codes and return information, to values that are present in the .las file.
The extent of the data that will be evaluated.
Process entire LAS files that intersect extent
Specifies how the processing extent will be applied.
A polygon feature that defines the region where LAS ground points will be evaluated.
Specifies whether the LAS dataset pyramid will be updated after the class codes are modified.
Input Raster Surface
The raster layer that will provide the source for ground height values. This parameter is only used when the Ground Source parameter is set to Raster Surface.
|Updated Input LAS Dataset|
The LAS dataset that was modified.
|LAS Dataset Layer|