For the purpose of georeferencing and quality analysis of the position of the point clouds obtained in aerolaser scanning, cones can be used as ground control targets. To evaluate the quality of geometry and point cloud georeferencing, based on cone models as ground control targets, knowing their shapes and parameters is necessary. As part of graduation thesis we measured six cone models with electronic total station Leica TCRP1201 + R1000, calculated their parameters, distances between cone tops and
center of reflector and we determined differences between actual models and designed shapes. We have established a geodetic micronetwork, which was used as a test field for observation points on the surface of the cones. For points observation we used a polar method, distances were measured with reflectorless technique. We developed our own software, which was used for calculations. In graduation thesis we present the results of adjustment of geodetic networks, calculation of cone parameters, addition constant and deviation of point clouds. The results will be used for further analysis which includes quality of point cloud geometry in airborne laser scanning, using cone models.