Long Range Inspection Capabilities with Laser Scanner

Leica Geosystems ScanStaion C10 Laser Scanner.

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Exact Metrology, Inc. has added a Leica Geosystems ScanStaion C10 Laser Scanner to their extensive line-up of portable metrology equipment. The ScanStation C10 is full field-of-view, high-speed, high-accuracy, long range scanner, and is ideal for high productivity as-built, topographic and mapping surveys.

According to the company, the Leica Geosystems ScanStation C10 gives them the ability to more rapidly and precisely scan larger range applications including plant environments, roadways, natural formations, building exteriors, and larger man-made objects including aircraft, ships and oil platforms.Depending on the application, the C10 can perform scans up to 10 times faster than previous technology, providing a cost benefit to our customers.

The ScanStation C10 is an incredibly versatile scanner, with a long range (300m @ 90% reflectivity), full 360º x 270º field-of-view, and high scan speed (50k pts/sec). The Smart X-Mirror automatically spins for fast 360º and full dome scans and oscillates for efficient, targeted scans. The same mirror automatically aligns the internal camera image for fast, accurate texture mapping of point clouds.

Exact Metrology, Inc. is a full-service measurement services company that provides on-site inspection, reverse engineering, non-contact laser scanning, and 2D/3D digitizing services as well as contract programming, software training, part programming, and measurement equipment implementation. Utilizing the latest in portable measurement technologies and with decades of combined experience, Exact’s application engineers can handle everything from small parts to parts over several thousand meters. Exact Metrology also sells, services, and implements metrology equipment solutions from companies including Artec, ROMER, Leica Geosystems, NDI, Breuckmann, Metronor, Surphaser and InnovMetric.


 

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