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Terrestrial Laser Scanning

Laser terrestrial scanners allow obtaining data that are processed in automatic or semi-automatic mode. Such survey results in a textured three-dimensional (spatial) triangulated model of the object.

The terrestrial laser scanner is a high-precision, fully independent, portable device that can receive detailed data within a short period of time. The scanner provides unique and unrivalled technology for collecting information about the object. The principle of surface laser scanner operation is based on continuous high-speed measurement of object distances. Measurements are made at a rate of 2,000-200,000 pulses per second and recorded simultaneously into internal memory of the scanner.


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