Non-contact laser scanner miniVUX-1LR
3Dfor aeronauticsfor UAVs

non-contact laser scanner
non-contact laser scanner
non-contact laser scanner
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for aeronautics, measurement, for UAVs
Distance range

Min.: 0 m (0'00")

Max.: 500 m (1640'05")


15 mm (1 in)


With the RIEGL miniVUX-1LR RIEGL offers a further version of the proven miniVUX-Series of LiDAR sensors. The extremely lightweight and compact design is particularly suited for straightforward integration with UAS/UAV/RPAS. With its small and sophisticated design and the stable aluminum housing, the RIEGL miniVUX-1LR offers various integration possibilities with platforms even when space or payload capabilities are restricted. Scan data can be stored on the easy-to-remove SD card and/or streamed via LAN-TCP/IP interface. Its measurement range of up to 500 m / 1640 ft combined with the 360° field of view makes the sensor especially suited for safe and efficient drone-based surveying of open pit mines, waste dumps, inaccessible canyons, and so on. With the miniVUX-1LR, RIEGL continues on the proven path of offering the LiDAR sensor itself as a stand-alone version for customized system assemblies, but also as a key element of fully-integrated system solutions ready for straightforward integration with diverse platforms. Main Features - very compact & lightweight (1.55 kg / 3.4 lbs) - 360° field-of-view - robust aluminum housing, ready to be mounted on multi-rotor, rotary-wing, and fixed-wing UAVs - makes use of RIEGL's unique echo signal digitization and online waveform processing - multiple target capability – up to 5 target echoes per laser shot - scan speed up to 100 scans/sec - measurement rate up to 100,000 measurements/sec - mechanical and electrical interface for IMU mounting - exceptionally well suited to measure snowy and icy terrains
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