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Underwater Laser Scanner

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Efficient surveys and precise measurements of underwater facilities, including bridge and pier substructures, and piping and valve assemblies, now are possible with the M300UW underwater laser scanner from Newton Labs Inc. Designed to operate at a longer stand-off distance, it produces a detailed point cloud that, when used with industry-standard 3-D software, can generate a fully measurable computer-aided design model of a scanned area. It operates in air or water and can scan a target area measuring up to 2.80 x 2.08 m from a distance of up to 3 m, increasing efficiency and shortening completion times on large-area underwater imaging projects. The resulting accuracy of the output, after the point cloud is processed with third-party 3-D software, is up to ±0.127 mm.

Photonics Spectra
Jun 2011
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