Terrestrial Laser Scanning
Terrestrial laser scanning is an efficient and highly precise surveying technique for the three-dimensional acquisition of any environment. This technology is used among others in mining, raw material processing, construction or rapid prototyping to generate detailed surface and terrain models.
The 3D laser scanner with a range of 1,200 meters and a distance accuracy of 8 millimeters is positioned in various locations to cover the object/ environment of interest. The individual point cloud scans are subsequently registered into a global or local common coordinate system and merged to a single object.