Cyclone REGISTER 360 PLUS adds Cloud-to-Cloud to all links during import and for all links created in the Review and Optimize area. The options below helps the user by allowing or dis-allowing the use of Cloud-to-Cloud on selected bundles. Of course if the only constraint between two setups is a Cloud-to-Cloud, then the option to remove Cloud-to-Cloud is not allowed.
Several options for optimization are available under the context menu for a bundle:
Optimize with Targets only
The option allows for the bundle to be registered with targets only without cloud-to-cloud. After using this tool the overall bundle error will only show the target error as the cloud-to-cloud is not used but shown anyway to show how use of Cloud-to-Cloud effects the bundle.
This is exactly like disabling all Cloud-to-Cloud constraints in Cyclone REGISTER.
If even one link in the bundle has a Cloud-to-Cloud link only (no targets) then the overall bundle error will average the Cloud-to-Cloud links with the target links.
Optimize with Cloud-to-Cloud
This option will add Cloud-to-Cloud back to all links in the bundle if the Optimize with Targets Only command was used previously.
Run Cloud-to-Cloud on all links
This command is run on a bundle and is found in the context menu of any bundle. Running this command re-runs Cloud-to-Cloud on all existing links in the selected bundle.
The use case for this tool is for re-running Cloud-to-Cloud on all links after removing tress, cars and other noise from the point clouds using the fence delete tools from a bundle in Bundle view.
Optimization error help dialog
If optimization fails on a bundle, REGISTER 360 will now produce a list of links for investigation. The user can then inspect the links listed and either modify or remove them saving time for the bundle inspection process.
Run optimize on a bundle by adding or removing links on a bundle.
If successful no dialog will appear.
If unsuccessful the following dialog will appear:
The dialog shows the link Number and which setups the link connects.
The user can now inspect each of the links listed and either delete or modify then re-try optimization.