Leica Cyclone

The terrestrial laser scanning (TLS) is a technology recently finalized the acquisition engineering, modeling and rendering three-dimensional (3D) surface observed physical, processing, design and restitution of metric data collected. The high density and precision of measured points by TLS technique allows to obtain a high detail both in architectural relief in both their environmental.
In fact with the technique TLS scans are performed to evaluate the stability and degradation of valuable buildings or architectural structures in general and for the monitoring of areas of land affected by hydrogeological instability and alterations of surface, area affected by phenomena of hydrogeological and surface alterations.
 
In addition, technology of relief in the point cloud, is applied for some time in the industry for the creation of models and for quality control of mechanical pieces.
The principle of operation of the TLS range marker provides a laser beam, deflected on angular positions calibrated by using a system of mirrors oscillating and rotating, which makes a real surface scan neatly observed by illuminating a large number of elements.
For each laser pulse sent and received time is measured and calculated the distance.
Furthermore, the intensity of the return signal to characterize the materials used since the reflectivity is dependent on the roughness of the same.
In this manner it is possible to derive the coordinates X, Y, Z of the point invested by the laser beam as well as the values of the colorimetric scale R, G, B (Red, Green, Blue) and the reflectance or
Reflectivity, ie the amount of energy reflected from the same point in relation to the energy emitted by the laser.
the interactive graphic software Leica Cyclone governs data laser scanner is urilizzato for refereziare size, reference axes, reference systems and 3D processing of clouds detected by existing buildings, land, rocks and ambient relief.
The terrestrial laser scanning (TLS) is a technology recently finalized the acquisition engineering, modeling and rendering three-dimensional (3D) surface observed physical, processing, design and restitution of metric data collected. The high density and precision of measured points by TLS technique allows to obtain a high detail both in architectural relief in both their environmental.

In fact with the technique TLS scans are performed to evaluate the stability and degradation of valuable buildings or architectural structures in general and for the monitoring of areas of land affected by hydrogeological instability and alterations of surface. In addition, technology of relief in the point cloud, is applied for some time in the industry for the creation of models and for quality control of mechanical pieces.

The principle of operation of the TLS range marker provides a laser beam, deflected on angular positions calibrated by using a system of mirrors oscillating and rotating, which makes a real surface scan neatly observed by illuminating a large number of elements.

For each laser pulse sent and received time is measured and calculated the distance.

Furthermore, the intensity of the return signal to characterize the materials used since the reflectivity is dependent on the roughness of the same.In this manner it is possible to derive the coordinates X, Y, Z of the point invested by the laser beam as well as the values of the colorimetric scale R, G, B (Red, Green, Blue) and the reflectance orReflectivity, ie the amount of energy reflected from the same point in relation to the energy emitted by the laser.

the interactive graphic software Leica Cyclone governs data laser scanner is urilizzato for refereziare size, reference axes, reference systems and 3D processing of clouds detected by existing buildings, land, rocks and ambient relief.

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