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RIEGL RIEGL VQ-880-GII / VQ-880-GH

Topo-Hydrographic Airborne Laser Scanning System with Online Waveform Processing and Full Waveform Recording

Based on the proven topo-hydrographic airborne laser scanning system VQ-880-G, RIEGL now presents the VQ-880-GII / VQ-880-GH, which impresses with improved performance of the IR channel and offers a new form factor with enhanced camera conf…

  • RIEGL RIEGL VQ-880-GII / VQ-880-GH
RIEGL
Riedenburgstrasse 48
3580 Horn
Austria
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Description

Based on the proven topo-hydrographic airborne laser scanning system VQ-880-G, RIEGL now presents the VQ-880-GII / VQ-880-GH, which impresses with improved performance of the IR channel and offers a new form factor with enhanced camera configuration.
The design of the system allows flexible application of the integrated, factory-calibrated high-end GNSS/IMU system and of up to two cameras to meet specific requirements. Complemented by a RIEGL data recorder, the LiDAR system can be installed on various platforms in a straightforward way.

The VQ-880-GII / VQ-880-GH carries out laser range measurements for high resolution surveying of underwater topography with a narrow, visible green laser beam, emitted from a powerful pulsed laser source. Subject to clarity, at this particular wavelength the laser beam penetrates water enabling measurement of submerged targets.

Specifications

  • Year of introduction
    2018
  • Year of last update
    2018
  • Total weight [kg]
    65
  • Power requirements
    18-32V DC, 330W
  • Type of GNSS/INS positioning system
    optional
  • Camera
    RGB and/or IR camera
  • Data storage facilities
    RIEGl DR1560i
  • Mission planning software
    RiPARAMETER,IGI Plan; TrackAir; or similar
  • Postprocessing software
    RiAQUIRE, RiANALYZE, RiPROCESS, RiWORLD, RIMTA
  • Type/class laser
    3B
  • Scanning method
    rotating polygon mirror
  • Min. pulse frequency [Hz]
    150000
  • Max. pulse frequency [Hz]
    900000
  • Max. field of view [deg]
    40
  • Max. number of recorded echoes per pulse
    practically unlimited
  • Full-wave form digitization
    Y
  • multiple pulses in air
    Y
  • recording of intensity of return signal [bits]
    16
  • Platform
    Helicopter, Fixed-wing, Gyroplane
  • Min. flying height [m]
    10
  • Max. flying height [m]
    1600
  • Main applications
    Mapping of Coastal Lines; Coastline and Shallow Water Mapping; Habitat Mapping; Surveying for Hydraulic Engineering; Hydro-Archaeological-Surveying
  • Distinguishable features
    -designed for combined topographic and hydrographic airborne survey -green laser channel with up to 700kHz measurement rate and IR laser channel with up to 900kHz measurement rate and improved ranging performance -high accuracy ranging based on echo digitization and online waveform processing with multiple-target capability -multiple-time-around processing for straightforward mission planning and operation -concurrent full waveform output for all measurements for subsequent full waveform analysis -high resolution due to high measurement rate integrated inertial navigation system -fully integrated infrared laser scanner up to two integrated digital cameras -NEW form factor with improved camera configuration and compatibility with stabilized mounting platforms

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