hot editing

hot editing

[′hät ′ed·əd·iŋ]
(control systems)
A method for detecting errors in the programming of a robot in which as many errors as possible are identified and resolved during testing, without setting the robotic program to its starting condition.
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Some additional, highly-requested features are the addition of LiDAR LAS file support, hot editing data in the new worksheet window, the ability to convert the coordinates and projections for point data between hundreds of real-world coordinate and projection systems, the ability to classify 3D point cloud data from scatter plots into user-defined class sizes, and the ability to render scatter plot points by laser scanned RGB values.