MNG upgrades mobile laser scanning tech

By on 20 October, 2020

Perth-based survey and spatial firm MNG has upgraded its fleet with a new mobile laser scanning system, to be based on the east coast.

MNG has announced that it has finalised acquisition of a new mobile laser scanning system, the new Riegl VMX-2HA.

The firm says that the new rig will be based on the east coast, and being a vehicle-based system, permits surveys to occur without road closures, and with increased safety for its surveyors.

MNG Chief Executive Officer/Managing Director Mr Scott Anderson said the new system can produce dense, accurate and feature-rich data  with multiple camera systems for precisely georeferenced images, capturing detailed and reliable data for pavement analysis and crack indexing.

“With a determination to remain at the forefront of mobile laser scanning technology in Australia, investing in people and innovation remains a key pillar of our overall growth strategy,” he said.

MNG anticipates delivery in November 2020.

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