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10/18/2013

Portable Laser Scanner Rapidly Scans Large Objects

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Available from Exact Metrology, the Leica Geosystems ScanStation p20 laser scanner is a portable system designed for precise, rapid scanning of large objects.

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Available from Exact Metrology, the Leica Geosystems ScanStation p20 laser scanner is a portable system designed for precise, rapid scanning of large objects. Suitable for use with aircraft, ships, oil platforms and plant environments, among others, the high-accuracy long-range scanner is capable of capturing high-definition survey data as well as high-density, full-dome scan data. A “check and adjust” feature is said to maintain accuracy without servicing.

The versatile scanner offers a range of 120 m at 18-percent reflectivity, a 360 × 270-degree field of view and scan speed of 1 million parts/sec. The system can be operated in temperatures ranging from -20°C to 50°C.

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