Leica Scan Station P50 on Carbone Fibre Tripod
31 May
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Light Weight Carbon Fibre Tripod for Leica P50 

 Fieldwork often involves traveling to different locations, and portability becomes crucial. Carbon fiber tripods are designed with lightweight materials and compact folding mechanisms, making them easy to carry and transport. Quick-release leg locks and intuitive setup mechanisms allow for rapid deployment, saving valuable time on-site.  

When it comes to laser scanning, the choice of tripod plays a significant role in achieving precise and reliable results. Carbon fiber lightweight tripods offer the perfect combination of stability, portability, and durability, making them an excellent choice for laser scanning applications. With their ability to dampen vibrations, customizable height options, and easy setup, these tripods enhance the efficiency and accuracy of laser scanning projects. Invest in a carbon fiber lightweight tripod, and experience the benefits of enhanced precision and portability in your laser scanning endeavors.

Quicker and Lighter with Scan Station P50 

 

27 Mar
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Mobile 3D Scanning Technology (Slam)

We are proud to announce that we have recently added Slam technology to our 3D Scanning equipment fleet. This gives us the ability to acquire large areas in a very quick time turnaround. Below is an example of a 250 m road section registered in PCG2020 and AHD datum. Based on captured point cloud a detailed survey can be accomplished.

We can also capture panorama imagery during the scan field capture. The imagery is essentially used for the colorization of the scan data and also for the interpretation of the data for feature extraction. 

The scanner can be mounted on an extension pole which is perfect for ceiling void 3D Scans. 

We apply right hardware and software for the right application. Our core vlaue is produce high qulity delievrbales. 

 

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