INTERGEO 2021 Live + Digital, September 21-23, 2021: RIEGL Presents Their New Products 2021

INTERGEO 2021 Live + Digital, September 21-23, 2021: RIEGL Presents Their New Products 2021

INTERGEO is again LIVE in Hanover this yr – and RIEGL presents the most recent developments in {hardware} and software program at sales space 20C.22 in corridor 20 but additionally digital on the RIEGL Online booth.

Don’t miss to get knowledgeable on the brand new RIEGL merchandise and learn how this thrilling information in Ultimate LiDAR TechnlogyTM may also help you and your online business!

For the UAV-based LiDAR market, RIEGL presents a brand new sister kind to the miniVUX-UAV sequence, the RIEGL miniVUX-1LR. This miniaturized, extraordinarily light-weight and compact (1.55 kg/3.42 lbs) on-line waveform processing LiDAR sensor now permits working flight altitudes of as much as 820 ft and measuring ranges of as much as 500 m/1640 ft. A full 360° discipline of view, a laser pulse repetition fee of 100 kHZ, and the elective integration of as much as 2 cameras are additional options that enhance effectivity within the discipline. With this sensor and its improved longer-range efficiency, surveyors will effectively meet the particular calls for in difficult UAV purposes, resembling measurements of inaccessible canyons and open-pit mines.

For airborne laser scanning – utilizing manned or unmanned platforms – RIEGL exhibits off with the improve of their well-established VUX-1 Series – the VUX-1LR22 and the VUX-1UAV22. The small and compact on-line waveform processing laser scanners providing a full discipline of view of 360° are actually obtainable with elevated Laser Pulse Repetition Rates of as much as 1500 kHz for the VUX-1LR22 and as much as 1200 kHz for the VUX-1UAV22. This ends in measurement ranges of as much as 1845 m/6050 ft and working flights of as much as 1050 m/3440 ft for the VUX-1LR22 respectively measurement ranges of as much as 1415 m/4640 ft and working flights of as much as 800 m/2640 ft for the VUX-1UAV22 and gives new prospects for various purposes. Lower minimal ranges enable to seize even nearer targets. With the mixing of as much as 4 cameras, additional prospects are enabled. Their excessive efficiency and engineering grade mapping capabilities lead to improved effectivity and usefulness; multi-purpose integration is supported by excessive flexibility.

For the airborne LiDAR market, the RIEGL VQX-1 Wing Pod now offers a freely configurable, totally built-in airborne laser scanning answer for user-friendly set up and simple software with fixed-wing plane. EASA STC certification for all the present Cessna Single Piston Engine sequence is in progress and will probably be obtainable quickly.

The versatile pod is designed to hold one RIEGL laser scanner (VQ-480II, VQ-580II, VUX-240, or VQ-840-G), in addition to as much as three excessive decision cameras (e.g., Phase One iXM 100) and an acceptable IMU/GNSS unit (e.g., Applanix AP60).

The strong and dependable wing pod of uncompromising light-weight development is an ideal device for a extremely broad vary of purposes, from hall mapping and metropolis modeling to forestry, glacier and snowfield mapping, and in addition flood zone mapping.


Additionally, with the RIEGL VMY-1, a really compact and lightweight (approx. 8 kg/ 17.6 lbs) Single Scanner Mobile Mapping System of smallest dimensions is out there now for fundamental cellular mapping purposes.

Based on a RIEGL miniVUX-Series LiDAR sensor, the system offers 100 scan traces / second and as much as 200 kHz Pulse Repetition Rate. Up to 4 cameras (DSLR digital camera(s) and/or a spherical digital camera) can optionally be built-in. The progressive design permits folding for handy transport and space-saving storage.

For cellular laser scanning, the RIEGL VUX-1HA22 laser scanner with its elevated Laser Pulse repetition fee of as much as 1800 kHz and a ensuing measurement fee of as much as 1,800,000 measurements/sec boot the efficiency of RIEGL’s cellular mapping programs. So, the RIEGL VMX-2HA Dual Scanner Mobile Mapping System now delivers measurement information with extraordinarily small level spacing and very excessive level density leading to some extent cloud of excellent high quality.

RIEGL’s terrestrial laser scanning system, the RIEGL VZ-400i, is offered as a part of the brand new VMR Robotic Rail Scanning System. As a part of the extraordinarily compact and strong answer for railroad surveying, the RIEGL VZ-400i offers high-resolution scan information for purposes just like the excessive element survey in development website operations, the verification of rail clearance, or the surveying of railroad tunnels and subways. In Stop & Go mode, it performs as much as 50 scans/hour. These single scanning positions are registered totally mechanically onboard with excessive precision. Optionally, high-resolution calibrated photographs are taken in parallel. The georeferenced level clouds are ready for exportation to third-party rail processing software program packages.

No matter, in case you are onsite in Hanover or in the event you go to the RIEGL on-line sales space – RIEGL is trying ahead to assembly you and to discussing all of the thrilling information in Ultimate LiDAR TechnologyTM with you!