Terrestrial Laser Scanner

We are proud to announce that added a terrestrial Laser Scanner (TLS)

to our toolkit for science applications - a State-of-the-Art Riegl VZ400i.

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  • High laser pulse repetition rate of up to 1.2 MHz

  • High speed data acquisition up to 500,000 measurements/sec

  • Wide field of view, 100°x360°

  • Range up to 800 m, accuracy 5 mm

This new addition is enabled through a close cooperation with the Maxim Foundation in Cairns, also a science-oriented Not-For-Profit organisation.

The TLS can be used as a stand-alone sensor

or make a powerful combination with the existing ARA airborne Lidars (ALS).

Tropical Rainforest on Cape York

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Scans of the Wellington Cave System in NSW.

 

In the 1820, these caves provided the first evidence  that Australia had once abounded with giant marsupials.

Cathedral Cave

Viewing Platform

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Cathedral Cave with palaeontological excavations on the left

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Profile view of the Wellington caves and phosphate mine

with ground surfaces showing around the entrances

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Plan view of the Wellington caves (bottom) and phosphate mine (top).

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Tunnel system of the old phosphate mine once used for manufacturing of explosives in WW1

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