3D Laser Mapping launches aerial mapping system

GIS/ Mapping & Location Based Systems / November 28, 2017

Geospatial technology company 3D Laser Mapping has introduced, Robin + Wings airborne LiDAR, an extension of the Robin mobile mapping unit. It can be used with both single pole and nose helicopter mounts and can be deployed in a range of sectors including transportation infrastructure, environmental monitoring and mapping.

According to the company, Robin +Wings works for ground and airborne applications, with the +Wings add-on extending this flexibility to rotary and fixed wing aircrafts and gyrocopters.

Graham Hunter, 3D Laser Mapping managing director said the airborne survey can generate detailed maps and is particularly effective in hard-to-reach areas or difficult terrain without exposing workers to hazards like falling rocks or unstable ground.

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