Aciel Geomatics, the appointed distributor for Switzerland-based Leica Geosystems, launched the scanner at the geomatics industry’s yearly conference, the Geomatics Indaba, in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, in August.
The Leica BLK360 imaging laser scanner can be used by architecture, engineering and construction professionals in applications such as building construction, renovations and retrofitting, shop refurbishments, forensic scene documentation, design and as-built valua- tions, Aciel Geomatics sales representative Barend Bornman noting that the scanner is able to capture a digital three-dimensional (3D) model representation of virtually any subject in images and point cloud form.
The scanner weighs 1.1 kg and is 165 mm high and 100 mm in diameter. It can operate in temperatures from 5 ºC to more than 40 ºC. Making it suitable for indoor and outdoor use. The scanner has a range precision of more than 4 mm at 15 m. Its range extends to 60m.
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