Laser scanning is a valuable tool for clash detection on a mine site since it allows for the rapid capture of millions of points of data from a distance. However, registering and processing the data is time-consuming and complex, and it isn't always convenient to carry around a long-range laser scanner. The Leica Nova MS50 MultiStation solves this problem by combining the best of both robotic total station and laser scanning technologies along with imaging and GNSS capabilities in a single instrument with an easy-to-use interface. No registration of scan data is needed; the new mergeTEC technology enables the Leica Nova MS50 MultiStation to automatically synchronize images with scans and tie scans into total station measurements for seamless 3D point cloud integration. Users simply download and go – no processing is required. Watch the video above to learn more.
About The Author
Mike Reed is a practical problem solver who enjoys identifying the best solutions for complex challenges. He spent more than 12 years as a surveyor on construction sites, transportation projects, oil and gas pipelines and a wide range of other projects before moving into instrument sales in the late ’90s. As North American mining sales and account manager for Leica Geosystems, Mike is dedicated to helping mining professionals succeed. He can be reached at <a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">email@example.com</a> or 847-910-7606.