YellowScan Cloudstation Software

Turn physical projects into digital realities.

Designed for those who need accurate data. With the YellowScan data processing package you can quickly convert raw data into a geo-referenced point cloud.

  • Easy-to-use graphical user interface
  • Automatic or customised track selection
  • Processing and exporting in .LAS format
  • Advanced visualisation tools
  • Project definition: coordinate system, LiDAR profile, angle range.

Key features of CloudStation

YellowScan CloudStation offers a complete software solution for creating and manipulating point cloud data.

It allows data to be extracted, processed and visualised immediately after flight acquisition. Automatic strip generation and LAS file production are now done with just a few clicks.

Point cloud visualization, inspection, and in-depth examination

  • The CloudStation’s powerful 3D engine allows you to effortlessly display billions of points, measure distances, and get information about your points in one click.

Increased productivity. Maximized budget.

  • Extract, process, display and export LiDAR data right after a flight.
  • Effortlessly handle multiflight acquisitions in a single project.
  • Easily refine your trajectory thanks to the POSPac integration

Vertical slicing of your generated point cloud

  • Measure denivelation.
  • Assess the quality of the Ground classification, by checking the base of the vertical elements.
  • Check the mismatch between flightlines, by measuring the strip-to-strip distance. Before, or after strip adjustment.

Next-level LiDAR survey quality


Even with high-end systems, data refinement is necessary to improve accuracy and precision; the catch is that strip adjustment software is often complex. Here, the adjustment of the flight line or swath and the production of LAS files is done in a few clicks.


Export classified point clouds from CloudStation’s LiDAR software.

The Terrain module offers customers an improved and simplified experience for classified point cloud extraction, resulting in greater efficiency and time savings.


The colourisation module allows point cloud data generated by a flight to be combined and merged with multiple photographs taken simultaneously, generating a colour point cloud. The colourisation process automatically adjusts the alignment of the camera with the LiDAR on each flight, ensuring.


LiDAR, short for “Light Detection and Ranging”, is an optical remote sensing technique that uses a laser to map the surface, producing accurate x, y and z measurements. LiDAR often represents the topology of the terrain in greater detail and accuracy than photogrammetry. Even in areas with dense vegetation, it is possible to obtain point clouds from the ground. In addition, it is not necessary to deploy control points, and it is possible to map in a low-light or no-light environment, which is not possible with photogrammetry.