Leica Geosystems launches Leica TerrainMapper-3 airborne LiDAR sensor

Leica Geosystems

Leica Geosystems, LiDAR, surveying,

260 views

The new Leica TerrainMapper-3 airborne LiDAR sensor launched by Leica Geosystems provides three scan patterns for productivity and customising the sensor’s performance to applications.

Leica Geosystems, part of Hexagon, introduces the Leica TerrainMapper-3 airborne LiDAR sensor, featuring new scan pattern configurability to support the widest variety of applications and requirements in a single system.

Building upon Leica Geosystems’ legacy of LiDAR efficiency, the TerrainMapper-3 provides three scan patterns for superior productivity and to customise the sensor’s performance to specific applications. Circle scan patterns enhance 3D modelling of urban areas or steep terrains, while ellipse scan patterns optimise data capture for more traditional mapping applications. Skew ellipse scan patterns improve point density for infrastructures and corridor mapping applications.

The sensor’s higher scan rate allows customers to fly the aircraft faster while maintaining the highest data quality, and the 60-degrees adjustable field of view maximises data collection with fewer flight lines. The TerrainMapper-3 is further complemented by the Leica MFC150 4-band camera, operating with the same 60-degree field of view coverage as the LiDAR for exact data consistency.

Thanks to reduced beam divergence, the TerrainMapper-3 provides improved planimetric accuracy, while new MPiA (Multiple Pulses in Air) handling guarantees more consistent data acquisition, even in steep terrain, providing users with unparalleled reliability and precision. The new system introduces possibilities for real-time full waveform recording at maximum pulse rate, opening new opportunities for advanced and automated point classification.

The TerrainMapper-3 seamlessly integrates with Leica HxMap end-to-end processing workflow, supporting users from mission planning to product generation to extract the greatest value from the collected data.

“We recognised the critical need for an efficient, fully configurable solution to support multiple LiDAR applications in a single system,” says Leica Geosystems Airborne Product Line Director Layton Hobbs.

“With its exceptional accuracy and versatility, and cutting-edge technology, the Leica TerrainMapper-3 opens up a world of possibilities and it’s a game-changer for a data-driven future,” says Leica Geosystems Airborne Product Line Director Layton Hobbs.

Source: © Leica Geosystems AG 2024

Image Source: © Leica Geosystems AG 2024

^ Back to top