Terrasolid Products

Terrasolid develops software for processing airborne and mobile LiDAR data and images. The Terrasolid applications provide versatile and capable tools for surveyors, civil engineers, designers, planners, ... - for everyone who needs to process and utilize 3D LiDAR data and images.

Most of the Terrasolid applications are built on top of Bentley software. The compatibility of Terrasolid software versions with Bentley products is listed on our software download page.

Terrasolid offers full and light versions of its software products which can be combined in packages tailored for your specific working requirements.

Processing LiDAR Data, Images and Survey Data

The full versions of Terrasolid applications.

  • process raw laser points, images, trajectories and survey data with a software package of TerraScan combined with additional Terrasolid applications, such as TerraMatch, TerraModeler, TerraPhoto and TerraSurvey

  • speed-up your work by distributed and advanced batch processing with additional seats of TerraSlave

Using LiDAR Data and/or Images for Manual Work or Under Field Conditions

The light versions of Terrasolid applications.

You may combine full versions with light versions according to your specific needs.

Mono/Stereo Visualization of
Very Large Point Clouds

The Terrasolid visualization software.

  • visualize very large point clouds in mono and stereo mode with TerraStereo which includes sophisticated methods for point cloud display and makes use of high-end graphics hardware in order to speed up dynamic and stereo visualizations

TerraStereo runs as stand-alone application.

Designing and Updating
Infrastructure Objects

The Terrasolid infrastructure applications.

The applications do not rely on laser or image data but are smoothly integrated with MicroStation and the other Terrasolid software products.


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