Industry leaders rely on accurate, dependable data created by Velodyne lidar technology to provide the highest performing mapping systems in a compact solution. Lidar News recently featured how Paracosm addresses the market need for a robust handheld scanner that can capture a variety of environments and operate both indoors and outdoors.
In the story, Amir Rubin of Paracosm detailed how his company built the ultimate 3D-mapping power-tool for their AEC and GIS customers, “After mastering what was possible with low-cost 3D sensors, we added LiDAR into the mix. We integrated Velodyne’s VLP-16 and never looked back. With it, we built PX-80 – the world’s first mobile LiDAR scanner that produces color data.”
By using the lightweight, cost-effective Velodyne Puck lidar sensor, Paracosm was able to create a handheld scanner with extraordinary accuracy, range and detail. Read the full story here: The Making of PX-80: The World’s First Handheld Lidar Scanner with Color Data