Leica Pegasus:Backpack Wearable Mobile Mapping Solution

By on 28 August, 2017

The Leica Pegasus:Backpack  is the award-winning wearable reality capture platform that collects data indoors, outdoors and underground. With its highly ergonomic design, it combines five cameras offering fully calibrated 360 degrees view and two LiDAR profilers with an ultra-light carbon fibre chassis. This allows for extensive and efficient indoor or outdoor documentation at a level of accuracy that is authoritative and professional.

This position-independent solution captures and combines imagery and point cloud data even in GNSS-denied areas. It provides progressive time and position to understand changes for BIM, industrial training, safety and security, disaster response, and various other applications with challenging conditions.
Time is saved and safety is increased when the hardest to reach areas are captured.

Designed for quick and easy reality capture, the Leica Pegasus:Backpack turns progressive scanning into a simple procedure. Providing automated state of the art post-processing software for indoor and outdoor missions, Leica Pegasus Software natively leverages powerful extraction features for ESRI ArcGIS and Autodesk AutoCAD providing dedicated automated and semi-automated feature extraction capabilities.

The Pegasus:Backpack empowers quick  and informed decisions in fast changing, challenging and rough environments.

Learn more at leica-geosystems.com/products/mobile-sensor-platforms.

Contact Christian Fellinger, Mobile Mapping Sales Manager, Australasia for more information or to request a demo.

Phone: +61 (0)7 3117 8817
Mobile: +61 (0)409 102 178
E-Mail: christian.fellinger@leica-geosystems.com

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