Geoscan 401 Lidar system with an AGM-MS laser scanner and a Sony A6000 camera
The Geoscan 401 Lidar system is designed for laser scanning and upcoming development of digital terrain models or models of particular objects. Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) can take off from a 5 m radius site, operate within confined space and accurately bend round terrain. It carries an AGM-MS laser scanner with inbuilt GNSS-receiver and an option of connecting up the Sony A6000 camera. Such combination gives an opportunity of simultaneous carrying out the aerial photographic surveying and laser scanning. In order to increase accuracy and detail of 3D objects, dense point clouds created on the basis of both survey method can be compounded.
up to 40 min
Folded: 71 × 20 × 19 cm
Unfolded: 150 × 150 × 56 cm
from 25 m
up to 160 m
from -20 to +40 °С
(extra option extends operating temperature range to -40 °С)
electric / 4 pcs
vertical, automatic, 5 m radius site
from -10 to +60 °С
|Scanning frequency||Up to 600 kHz||300 kHz||Up to 600 kHz|
|Maximum range||Up to 200 m||Up to 100 m||Up to 200 m|
|Working long range||Up to 160 m||Up to 70 m||Up to 160 m|
|Angle of view||Up to 360 degrees||Up to 360 degrees||Up to 360 degrees|
|Scanning mirror rotation speed||Up to 20 rps||Up to 20 rps||Up to 20 rps|
|Range accuracy||3 cm||3 cm||3 cm|
|Coordinate determination accuracy||3–5 cm||3–5 cm||3–5 cm|
|Sensor unit dimensions||From 124 × 124 × 130 mm||From 124 × 124 × 130 mm||From 120 × 116 × 112 mm|
|Sensor unit weight||From 1.25 Kg||From 1.25 Kg||From 1.1 Kg|
|Use temperature||-10...+50 °c||-10...+60 °c||-10...+50 °c|
|Discreteness of GNSS receiver||20 Hz||20 Hz||20 Hz|
|Camera control from the system||Geoscan/AGM||Geoscan/AGM||Geoscan/AGM|
|Measuring Instrument Certificate||Yes||Yes||In progress|
Geoscan 401 is a multifunctional platform for various useful loads that provide wide range of system application fields.
— Laser scanning of areas or particular objects.
— Detailed aerial photo survey with GNSS georeferencing and capability of shots overlap adjustment with a view to later processing.
— Magnetic survey tagged to terrain features. Highly productive inspection of areas inaccessible for foot exploration.