The amazing new RIEGL VZ-600i Terrestrial Laser Scanner is making its North American debut. There will be availability for Demos and Q&A at the following dates and locations:
Tuesday, January 10th at the RIEGL USA Headquarters in Winter Garden, FL
Wednesday, January 11th in the Tampa Area (Placeholder until final location approval and address information)
Thursday, January 12th in Miami (Location information to come)
About the VZ-600i:
RIEGL’s latest generation of professional terrestrial laser scanners stands for extreme versatility, high productivity, ultimate performance, and additional mobility.
The VZ-600i has a wide range of applications such as: AEC (Architecture, Engineering, Construction), BIM (Building Information Modeling), as-built surveying, forensic and crash scene investigation, archeology & cultural heritage documentation, forestry, and many more
For more information:
Please reach out to Jillian Kreider, RIEGL USA Marketing & Events Coordinator for further information and to set up a demonstration time slot for the latest in TLS scanners, the RIEGL VZ-600i.
RIEGL is an international leading provider of cutting-edge technology in airborne, mobile, terrestrial, industrial and unmanned laser scanning solutions for applications in surveying.
RIEGL has been producing LiDAR systems commercially for over 40 years and focuses on pulsed time-of-flight laser radar technology in multiple wavelengths.
RIEGL’s core Smart-Waveform technologies provide pure digital LiDAR signal processing, unique methodologies for resolving range ambiguities, multiple targets per laser shots, optimum distribution of measurements, calibrated amplitudes and reflectance estimates, as well as the seamless integration and calibration of systems.
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