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LASER SCANNER


The Mobile data collection system (MDC) includes two type sensors: One is purely photogrammtry based, it is includes one or two 360 degree camera, the other is lidar and 360 degree camera integration. MDC integrates multiple technologies : Global Positioning System (GPS) and Inertial Navigation System (INS). The benefits of the MDC workflow, data collection speed and accuracy are well tested in the market  as well as the advantages of proprietary data management and processing methods. Various applications that benefit from MDC are including urban planning, inventorying of as-built structures, traffic management, asset management, road planning, construction and maintenance, environmental change detection and architectural cataloging.  MDC can provide very details of many corridor features and these features are photo documented on street level:


APPLICATION INCLUDES:

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3D Corridor mapping

highway, railway design , inventary management. Powerline sag detaction and clearance envelope management, BIM(Building Information Management)etc


ON-SITE SERVICES

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X300 Key Specifications


  • Terrestrial Lidar X300 Key specs Scan objects up to 300 meters;
  • Scanner FOV:  360° x 90°, without optional pan-tilt base.
  • Minimum scan resolution/Step Size (degrees)1.35 second
  • Raw range Accuracy: ≤6mm @ 50 m   
  • Sample Data Rate (Hz):  at least 40,000 points per sec
  • Well suited for installations in harsh environments;
  • Light, handy, robust and IP65 certified;
  • Exceptional price vs quality ratio;
  • Two on board cameras to minimize distortion;
  • Friendly and very intuitive Setup and UI;
  • Constantly updated with upgrades always available online;
  • Automatic georeferencing of scan station point with GPS kit;
  • Suitable also for monitoring applications;
  • Wifi web interface control for smart phone/tablet
  • Modular software solution: from Survey, Mining, Construction module to full data post-processing


U-Arm 3D Lidar Scanner


1)     A laser firing rate of 600,000 laser points per second

2)     A 360 by 300 field-of-view (FOV)

3)     Measurement Ranges >500 m, with option to upgrade to 3000 meter

4)     High precicion at  +/- 5-8 mm at 100 meter

5)     Two 5 M embedded (effective 9M pixel) digital camera for large FOV at 50 by 40 degree

6)     Operation temperature range from -20 to 55 degree

7)     Standard 256GB storage

8)     Option for 24M and 36M Sony camera Option available

9)     Has Internal GNSS board, GPS port  and mounting available for direct geo-reference data

10)  Completely eye-safe operation, class I

11)  A compact modular design

12)  Bundled software to facilitate multiple scan alignment and analysis

   Other features

  •    U-ARM Laser Scanner can be mounted on a standard survey tripod
  •    Integrated dual-axis tilt compensator
  •    It can provide precise mapping even minor vibration generated from moving platform
  •    Battery Pack, It support 6 hours working time.
  •    Power Cable, All-weather construction, provide external power for continuous operation.
  •    Operator Control and Interface Either laptop PC or pocket PC (based on user preference)
  •    Data storage, 256 GBremovable media ; laptop hard disk or (tablet)
  •    Data Transfer device , USB stick (pocket PC), Cat5 crossover cable if laptop is PC–wired; no device     required if laptop is PC-wireless
  •    Quality Control Software
  •    Point cloud viewer software installed on a field laptop PC; enables data integrity and completeness     of scan checks before field de-mobilizing.
  •    Survey grade target for point cloud registration
  •    Ruggedized case facilitate easy transportation and protect equipment for rough handling



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COMPLETE Terrestrial Lidar System


CONSULTANCY AND ONSITE SERVICES


POWERLINE SURVEY

TRANSPORTATION

FOREST

DATA PROCESSING