For Large-Scale Topographic and
One of the methods of LiDAR scanning is aerial surveying. With this, you can map large-scale topographies and get substantial and complex output in the process.
WHAT'S MAKING AERIAL LIDAR POSSIBLE?
In response to the growing demand for compact laser scanners in medium- and wide-area mapping, as well as corridor mapping, AB Surveying and Development has recently acquired the RIEGL VQ-580 II-S. This Airborne Laser Scanner offers an expanded maximum measurement range of up to 2,450 m. Ideal for integration with gyro-stabilized mounts and the VQX-1 Wing Pod, RIEGL’s fully integrated laser scanning system, it facilitates user-friendly installation on Cessna single-piston engine aircraft for diverse airborne mapping applications.
AB Surveying & Development uses Riegl VQ-580 II LiDAR Scanner
AB Surveying & Development uses Riegl VUX-240 LiDAR Scanner
Capable of large scale topographic and as-built survey, AB Surveying & Development is the first in the country to pioneer the use of Riegl VUX-240 Scanner for commercial survey purposes. Mounted on a helicopter, it has a maximum effective measurement rate of 1,500,000 measurements per second. With an accuracy rate of 15mm, and precision rate of 10mm, the VUX-240 is among the top rated aerial LiDAR scanners used in the industry.
AB Surveying & Development uses Riegl VUX-1LR LiDAR Scanner
The VUX-1LR is mounted on a helicopter, it has a maximum effective measurement rate of 750,000 measurements per second. With an accuracy rate of 15mm, and precision rate of 10mm, the VUX-1LR is among the top rated aerial LiDAR scanners used in the industry.
Aerial LiDAR Scanning in progress using the Riegl VUX -240 mounted on a helicopter