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Leica RTC 360 Review

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Leica Geosystems, In June 2018 HxGN Live in conference Jürgen DOLDnew speech RTC360 introduced a laser scanning device. Introduced last year BLK360 Some of the outstanding technical features of this device, which is positioned in a position between the P series devices previously released;

  • 2 million points per second
  • Scanning between 0.5 m and 130 m
  • HDR photography
  • Fully automatic merge and VIS (visual inertial system)

RTC360If we look at the physical characteristics of:
The dimensions are 230mm x 240mm x 120mm and the weight of the device is 5.4 kg.

Taken from the visual alınmış https://leica-geosystems.com Görsel

It can be controlled via the built-in display or from the tablet. Running on tablet Cyclone Field 360 The data can also be viewed in 3D. Thus, some inquiries and markings can be made.

Thanks to the IMU 5 cameras and the IMU, it brings a different breath to the assembly process.

VIS (visual inertial system) called the system between two different sessions by detecting the movement of the automatic scanning of the sessions allows allows.

VISA The method looks like it will greatly reduce the time it takes to connect to the office. Especially great BIM the project VISAIt is a method that users can choose for production control and reporting because they will shorten data delivery times.

RTC360 released with pre-defined resolution options.

Resolution levels and scan times are as follows;

  • 3mm @ 10m 01:51 min
  • 6mm @ 10m 00:51 min
  • 12mm @ 10m 00:26 mins

RTC360An innovative feature is that it uses double pulse method in scanning. When scanning dark-colored and absorptive surfaces that make laser scanning difficult, it compensates the measurement by comparing two signal amplitudes to prevent missing zones.

also RTC360's data CycloneWith the current version of 'will be able to get in. For more information here Click.

In 2008, he graduated from Yildiz Technical University, Department of Map Engineering (Geodesy and Photogrammetry). Faro Europe and terrestrial laser scanners from Leica Geosystems, technical sales related to mobile browsers and unmanned aerial vehicles, training and support issues in Turkey, the Middle East, Central Asia and North Africa showed activity in the region. He follows all the areas where point cloud and point cloud intersect and he works in Litech Engineering.


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