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For today’s RiCAST, we have RIEGL USA’s Terrestrial Business Development Manager, Tan Nguyen, joining us with his latest episode of “Tan Talk”. Tan will be introducing and discussing in detail the state-of-the-art RIEGL VZ series. The VZ series is comprised of RIEGL’s innovative terrestrial laser scanning instruments. Terrestrial laser scanners are contact-free measuring devices which can collect dense point. A point cloud may be converted into a grid DEM to facilitate topographic mapping and spatial analyses. This TLS-focused RiCAST will recap the highlights and benefits of each instrument and how they each impact the LiDAR industry.
Tune in to learn more from the terrestrial LiDAR expert himself and we hope you enjoy!
RIEGL is an international leading provider of cutting-edge technology in airborne, mobile, terrestrial, industrial and unmanned laser scanning solutions.
RIEGL has been producing LiDAR systems commercially for over 40 years and focuses on pulsed time-of-flight laser radar technology in multiple wavelengths.
RIEGL’s core Smart-Waveform technologies provide pure digital LiDAR signal processing, unique methodologies for resolving range ambiguities, multiple targets per laser shots, optimum distribution of measurements, calibrated amplitudes and reflectance estimates, as well as the seamless integration and calibration of systems.
RIEGL’s Ultimate LiDARTM 3D scanners offer a wide array of performance characteristics and serve as a platform for continuing “Innovation in 3D” for the LiDAR industry.
From the first inquiry, to purchase and integration of the system, training and support; RIEGL maintains an outstanding history of reliability and support to their customers.
Worldwide sales, training, support and service are delivered from RIEGL’s headquarters in Austria; main offices in the USA, Japan, China, and Australia; and by a worldwide network of representatives covering Europe, North and South America, Asia, Australia and Africa.