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3D scanner VMZ

3D scanner
3D scanner
3D scanner
3D scanner
3D scanner
3D scanner
3D scanner
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compact, portable


The new, fully integrated, accurate, and compact RIEGL VMZ Hybrid Mobile Laser Mapping System enables combined static and kinematic data acquisition using a single RIEGL VZ-400(i), VZ-1000 or VZ-2000(i) laser scanner – resulting in lower mobilization costs and a high return on investment. Flexible setup, easy mounting, and a user-friendly workflow mobilize your RIEGL 3D Terrestrial Laser Scanner for applications like mapping of transportation infrastructure, city modeling, mine surveying, bulk measurements, etc. Main Features IMU/GNSS unit, fully integrated to support RIEGL VZ-400(i),VZ-1000 and VZ-2000(i) scanners for mobile (kinematic) data acquisition Easy coupling and de-coupling of the VZ scanner from IMU/GNSS unit Quick switch from mobile to terrestrial applications, and vice versa,without losing stability of system calibration Flexible installation options - vertical and horizontal setup Frame based roof-mount compatible with standard roof bars Image data acquisition with a calibrated and GPS synchronized NIKON® DSLR camera Additionally spherical camera systems such as FLIR Ladybug® are available Single power supply for VZ scanner and IMU GNSS unit from a standard car battery Easy system operation with single laptop running RiACQUIRE (additional camera may need an additional laptop) Main Applications Efficient Data and Image Acquisition GIS Mapping and Asset Management City Modeling Surveying in Open-Pit Mining Measurement of Bulk Materials Road Surface Scans Shore Surveying and Marine Applications Civil Engineering Topography Monitoring Facade Modeling As-Built Surveying Architecture Archaeology



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