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3D Point Cloud

Keymakr works with LiDAR data to create powerful datasets for training your autonomous vehicles and other AI that needs to understand objects in the real world.
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Teaching AI About Real-World Objects

3D point cloud annotation is the process of labeling and annotating objects for AI projects such as computer vision and machine learning. Point clouds are sets of data points in a 3D coordinate system that represent the surface of an object or scene captured through sensors such as LiDAR or RGB-D cameras.


Annotating 3D point clouds is essential for object recognition, tracking, and scene understanding. The process involves labeling each point with attributes such as object class, size, shape, orientation, and position. This annotation process allows AI models to learn from the data and accurately detect and track objects in real-world scenarios.

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3D Point Cloud Usage

3D Models Creation

3D Models Creation

A point cloud primarily serves as a basis for creating a 3D model. The point cloud can be viewed in 3D as a model, but the point data is often converted to a polygon mesh, since most 3D modeling programs utilize polygons.

Many industries utilize the accurate 3D models formed by point clouds. Architects use 3D models created from laser scans to create as-built drawings and models that capture the building's current condition and layout. For construction and restoration projects, the accuracy of three-dimensional models makes them ideal for measuring distances, areas, and volumes.

For Self-driving Vehicles

3D Point Cloud for Self-driving Vehicles

Increasingly automated driving technologies require vehicles to identify the driving environment, including maps, moving and fixed objects, such as other vehicles, cyclists, pedestrians, traffic lights, and various roads rapidly and accurately.

In order for automatic driving technology to be realized, it is necessary to teach cars how to recognize and interpret this information.

For Smart Cities

3D Point Cloud for Smart Cities

Managing Electric Power Lines. Utilize powerful AI-based classification services of point clouds to ensure safety by detecting vegetation extent, power line conductors, towers, and poles. Using these data, it may be possible to determine where interventions are needed to bring vegetation within safe tolerances by analyzing the distance between them.

Based on lidar or photogrammetry, a power line classification model can classify a point cloud into three key features: power lines, vegetation, and ground. It is this ability which allows the detection of safety-sensitive elements, such as conductors.