Trimble Airborne Laser Scanning System

By on 13 May, 2010

Trimble has released a new addition to its Harrier aerial imaging and laser scanning system. The Trimble Harrier 68i, which is designed for aircraft and helicopter operations, is designed for long-range corridor, project, and wide-area mapping.

 

The new scanner extends operational altitudes to 1,600 meters. The system incorporates a wide-angle laser scanner with a 266 KHz effective measurement rate to deliver high point density on the ground. According to the company, it will provide the detailed modelling data needed for precise planning, engineering, and monitoring applications.

 

Visit www.trimble.com for further information.

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