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Ladar-Based Metrology System

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Laser Detection and Ranging SystemThe DYNAMIC 9D laser detection and ranging (LADAR) system from Automated Precision Europe GmbH provides noncontact optical dimensional metrology for manufacturing uses.

The interferometry-based LADAR system incorporates Optical Frequency Chirping Interferometry (OFCI) technology, capturing both dimensional and surface geometry data for automated production measurements. The system processes measured data at 20,000 points/s with scanning speeds of 0.2 s/cm2. It is insensitive to target reflectivity, can measure translucent materials, and is able to measure target features with up to an 85° incidence angle. Targeted applications include automotive, aerospace, and transportation manufacturing.


Photonics Spectra
Aug 2022
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ProductsDYNAMIC 9Dlaser detection and ranging systemLADARAutomated Precision EuropelasersSensors & DetectorsopticsTest & MeasurementEurope

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