HDS Laser Scanners

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At SIS, we offer a comprehensive range of Laser Scanners for High Definition Surveying (HDS), along with the necessary targets and accessories to support every project.

Laser Scanning | Leica Geosystems | RTC360

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3 benefits of using Leica Scanning Solution
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Enhanced Efficiency and Productivity

  • Rapid data capture: The Leica RTC360 can capture up to 2 million points per second, creating colored 3D point clouds in under two minutes.
  • Automated processes: Features like targetless field registration and seamless data transfer from site to office significantly reduce field time and streamline workflows.
  • Real-time capabilities: The integration with Cyclone FIELD 360 app allows for real-time scan registration on-site, enabling immediate verification of data quality.

Versatility and Adaptability

  • Portable design: The compact and lightweight RTC360 scanner fits into most backpacks, making it ideal for professionals who need to move between multiple sites.
  • Wide range of applications: Leica scanning solutions cater to various professionals, including plant designers, archaeologists, CAD professionals, architects, and civil engineers.
  • Extreme condition performance: The ScanStation P30 and P40 can operate in harsh environments with temperatures ranging from -20°C to +50°C and conform to IP54 rating for water and dust resistance.

High-Quality Data and Precision

  • Low-noise data: The RTC360 provides high-quality, detailed scans with low noise, ensuring excellent precision that can be verified on-site.
  • Extended range capabilities: The ScanStation P40 offers superior range, speed, and accuracy, making it suitable for a broad range of applications, including long-range scanning projects.
  • Advanced imaging: High Dynamic Range (HDR) imaging system allows for the creation of highly detailed and accurate 3D point clouds, enhancing the overall quality of captured data.
Where can I use laser scanners?
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  1. Architecture and Building Information Modeling (BIM) Creating as-built drawings, capturing 3D data for BIM, documenting historical buildings
  2. Civil Engineering and Infrastructure Surveying civil infrastructure, capturing 3D geometry of roads and bridges, monitoring structural changes
  3. Industrial and Plant Design Creating 3D models of facilities, facilitating plant retrofits, assisting in equipment placement
  4. Archaeology Documenting sites, preserving cultural heritage, assisting in site analysis
  5. Construction Tracking progress, verifying as-built conditions, quality control and inspection
  6. Forensics and Crime Scene Investigation Documenting crime scenes, accident reconstruction
  7. Mining and Quarrying Volumetric calculations, monitoring site changes
  8. Urban Planning and Development Creating city models, assisting in urban design decisions
  9. Environmental Monitoring Tracking landscape changes, assessing erosion
  10. Virtual Reality and Entertainment Creating 3D environments for VR, assisting in film and game production