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.

  1. Transmissive in adverse weather conditions
  2. High rate of optical modulation
  3. Time Domain measurement of material boundaries
  4. Frequency Domain inspection of material absorption

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