Common Challenges We Solve
Light Detection and Ranging scans an area and measures the time taken for the probe light to return to a photodetector adjacent to the source. The end result is a rich set of topographic data that can be used for producing high-resolution maps and generating three-dimensional models of almost any environment. This active sensing can be very accurate, with point clouds generally having a density less than one meter and an accuracy of about 15cm vertically and 40cm horizontally.
- Transmissive in adverse weather conditions
- High rate of optical modulation
- Time Domain measurement of material boundaries
- Frequency Domain inspection of material absorption
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