Tuesday, 02 September 2014

Features

Just in time for INTERGEO 2012 RIEGL Laser Measurement Systems launches the new long range airborne laser scanner LMS-Q780. With an operating flight altitude of up to 10,000 ft at 100 kHz laser pulse repetition rate (PRR) it opens new perspectives in airborne laser scanning. Read more...
ATLANS, a new cost-effective georeferencing and orientation system from iXBlue, has been designed specifically for land and airborne mapping applications being conducted within a limited budget. Significantly, the unit is ITAR-free.
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Contex A/S, the world's leading developer of wide format scanning and imaging solutions, today announces several new wide format scanning solutions: the all-new IQ scanner series, MFP2GO, and MFP Repro. The IQ scanner series is the most advanced in CIS technology and boasts a number of features that produce exquisite image quality for 24- and 44-inch wide technical documents, maps, and drawings. Enhancing the users' scanning workflow, Contex's new MFP2GO lets customers turn their HP or Canon wide format printer into a copier, without the need for a PC. Additionally, Contex updated MFP Repro, a full-featured, copy and scan solution that is ideal for in-house production or Repro use. Contex's new wide format scanning solutions are available immediately; demonstrations are available through local distributors and resellers. 
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Leica Geosystems is pleased to announce a further enhancement to the Leica Zeno GIS family.  The Leica Zeno GG03 is an upgradable GNSS SmartAntenna for organizations that require a compact and lightweight device for accurate and reliable positioning.  The Zeno GG03 is upgradable to centimeter accuracy and connects to all Leica Zeno GIS handhelds and tablet devices including the new Leica Zeno 5.  This allows field workers to select the most suitable solution for a wide range of applications, delivering unmatched flexibility in asset collection jobs with the desired accuracy. Read more...
Especially designed for ultra-long range applications in topography and mining, the new High-Speed, High-Accuracy Terrestrial Laser Scanner RIEGL VZ-6000 offers ultra-long measurement range of more than 6,000 m for static applications. As the Laser Class 3B companion of the RIEGL VZ-4000, it is due to its laser wavelength exceptionally well suited for measuring snowy and icy terrain in glacier mapping, monitoring & surveying missions, as well as for specific applications in open pit mining. First fieldwork in Greenland this month exceeded all expectations. 

Combined with the innovative RIEGL software package RiMINING, both, the VZ-4000 and the VZ-6000, offer an optimized and simplified data registration and processing workflow for surveying of extended areas. E.g., automatic extraction of break lines, contours, profiles and calculation of volumes make for more.

About RIEGL LMS:
RIEGL Laser Measurement Systems is an Austrian based company specializing in research, development and production of terrestrial, mobile and airborne laser scanners and laser scanning systems. The combination of state-of-the-art hardware and appropriate, equally innovative RIEGL software packages results in powerful solutions for multiple fields of application. For more information, visit www.riegl.com 

About RIEGL USA:
The key factor to RIEGL USA's success is providing complete support and reliability to our customers. From your initial purchase, to integration of the system, as well as training and support, RIEGL USA stands out in the industry as a leader. RIEGL USA located in Orlando, FL, is the North American office for RIEGL Laser Measurement Systems, GmbH. With over 19 years of experience, RIEGL USA delivers quality airborne, mobile and stationary terrestrial laser scanning solutions. For more Information, visit www.rieglusa.com.

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