FDG-100C+ LIDAR scanning system Application for Mapping and Survey
FDG-100C+ is a kind of light compact LiDAR point cloud data acquisition system, integrated Livox new generation laser scanner, GNSS and IMU positioning and attitude determination system, and storage control unit, is able to real-time, dynamically, massively collect high-precision point cloud data and rich image information. It is widely used in the acquisition of 3D spatial information in surveying, electricity, forestry, agriculture, land planning.
Long Detection Range
The Livox Avia adjusts its detection range according to the intensity of ambient light, while maintaining noise at a low level. The detection range increases to 450m under low-light conditions (such as on a cloudy day, indoors or at night), ensuring distant objects are captured in detail.
The use of multi-line laser and high-speed scanning enable the Livox Avia to achieve a point cloud data rate of up to 240,000 points/s. The high performance device is equipped with both repetitive and non-repetitive scanning modes, to meet the needs of different scenarios.
|Item Name||System Parameter|
|Measuring accuracy||Less than 10 cm (110 m AGL)|
|Support Platform||GS-800 Multi Rotor, VTOL Fixed Wing|
|Storage||64 GB storage, maximum support 128GB TF card|
|Laser Model||Livox Avia|
|Measuring Range||190m@10% Reflectivity|
|Laser class||905nm Class1 (IEC 60825-1:2014)|
|Laser line number||Equivalent to 64-beam|
|Mix. range||0.3 M|
|Range Precision||2 cm|
|data||Triple echo, 720,000 Points/Sec|
|FOV||70° the circular view|
|POS Unit||POS type||AGS 302|
|Position accuracy||0.02 – 0.05m|
|GNSS signal type||GPSL1/L2/L5 GLONASSL1/L2 BDS B1/B2/B3 GAL E1/E5a/5b|
|Pre-processing software||POS software||Output information: position, speed, attitude|
|Point cloud software||Output point cloud data format: LAS format, custom TXT format|
|Built-in Camera||FOV||83 Degree|
|Effective Pixel||26 Mega Pixel|
|Trigger event||Distance or Time trigger|
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