Airborne Laser Scanning is a rapid and highly accurate measurement method, used to measure the surface of the earth with the use of pulses of light and their reflections (produced by a laser light source). These pulses of light are emitted from the 3D laser scanner (Lidar) that is mounted on an airborne vehicle, like planes and helicopters. A major advantage of airborne laser scanning is the ability to provide data from both the terrain and features under a forest canopy. Producing digital terrain and surface models could be considered the main application of airborne laser scanning. Airborne laser scanning is mainly used in surveying en geodesy, archaeology, urban planning and environmental management and research like forestry, geology, geomorphology and seismology.
The new VQ-1560 II-S follows the successful concept of RIEGL’s proven dual channel laser scanner series. With increased laser power the operational altitudes are ext
The G2 Sensor System offers a true 4MHz pulse frequency via two sensor heads installed in opposing directions. This enables the double pass over the ground and all t
Hovermap, is a smart mobile scanning unit that combines advanced collision avoidance and autonomous flight technologies to map hazardous and GPS-denied environments.
The new Galaxy PRIME is the next evolution of the popular Galaxy wide-area/corridor Lidar mapping platform that includes the advanced and unique PulseTRAK and SwathT
The RIEGL VQ-780 II-S is a high performance, rugged, lightweight, and compact airborne mapping sensor. This versatile system is designed for high efficient data acqu
As the world’s first multispectral airborne lidar sensor, Optech Titan is opening up a new era in lidar survey and mapping. 3D surface spectral response information
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