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Airborne laser scanner VQ-880-G II
non-contact

airborne laser scanner
airborne laser scanner
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Characteristics

Type
non-contact
Other characteristics
airborne
Distance range

Min.: 10 m (32'09")

Max.: 2,800 m (9186'04")

Accuracy

25 mm (1 in)

Description

RIEGL VQ-880-G II The design of the VQ-880-G II topo-bathymetric airborne laser scanning system allows flexible application of the integrated, factory-calibrated high-end GNSS/IMU system and of up to two cameras to meet specific requirements. Complemented by a RIEGL data recorder, the VQ-880-G II LiDAR system can be installed on various platforms in a straightforward way. The RIEGL VQ-880-G II carries out laser range measurements for high resolution surveying of underwater topography with a narrow, visible green laser beam, emitted from a powerful pulsed laser source. Subject to clarity, at this particular wavelength the laser beam penetrates water enabling measurement of submerged targets. Main Features designed for combined topographic and hydrographic airborne survey green laser channel with up to 700kHz measurement rate IR laser channel with up to 279kHz measurement rate and improved ranging performance high accuracy ranging based on echo digitization and online waveform processing with multiple-target capability multiple-time-around processing for straightforward mission planning and operation concurrent full waveform output for all measurements for subsequent full waveform analysis high resolution due to high measurement rate integrated inertial navigation system up to two integrated digital cameras compatibility with stabilized mounting platforms Main Applications Mapping of Coastal Lines Coastline and Shallow Water Mapping Habitat Mapping Surveying for Hydraulic Engineering Hydro-Archaeological-Surveying

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