NEW YOUTUBE VIDEO: RIEGL VMR Robotic Rail Laser Scanning System for data acquisition in Stop-&-Go-Mode

The VMR platform developed by RIEGL is a system for carrying out automated surveying processes especially in the railway sector. The so-called ROS Robot Operation System is used as the central interface and to enable user-specific extensions.

Informative and reliable scan data are provided by the well-proven RIEGL VZ-400i 3D Laser Scanner. In Stop & Go mode, up to 50 scans/hour are performed. These single scanning positions are registered fully automatically onboard of the scanner with high precision. Optionally, LED spotlights as well as cameras for the acquisition of high-resolution, calibrated images can be integrated. The georeferenced point clouds are well prepared for exportation to third-party rail processing software packages.

Explore the RIEGL VMR in the video below!

About RIEGL:

RIEGL is an international leading provider of cutting-edge technology in airborne, mobile, terrestrial, industrial and unmanned laser scanning solutions for applications in surveying.

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, as well as training and support, RIEGL maintains an outstanding history of reliability and support to their customers.

Worldwide sales, training, support and services are delivered from RIEGL’s headquarters in Austria and in the USA; main offices in, Japan, China, Australia, Canada and the UK; and a worldwide network of representatives.

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