Find Us In Booth W60

SLAM Handheld ¬¬3D Scanner – Mobile LiDAR Devices for Accurate 3D Scanning

Portable laser scanners, such as handheld 3D scanners, mobile LiDAR camera systems and tiny laser mapping tools, have transformed the 3D mapping industry. These devices have several advantages over typical 3D mapping technology, such as flexibility, mobility and ease of use.

Handheld 3D scanners are extremely portable and can be utilised in a wide range of environments, from construction sites to archaeological excavations. These hand held scanner devices capture highly detailed 3D models of objects and environments using laser technology, delivering accurate and trustworthy data for a variety of applications.

Another useful tool in the portable laser scanning arsenal is mobile LiDAR camera devices. These instruments, which are mounted on trucks, can capture highly detailed 3D maps of enormous areas rapidly and effectively. Environmental monitoring, urban planning and infrastructure management can all benefit from mobile LiDAR camera technology.

Compact laser mapping instruments are also extremely portable and can be employed in a variety of environments. These devices are intended for quick and precise data collection, and their small size and lightweight design make them suitable for usage in hard-to-reach regions.

Wireless LiDAR scanners are another revolutionary portable laser scanning option. These gadgets communicate data to a computer or mobile device via wireless technology, giving real-time feedback and analysis. This technology is very beneficial for industrial applications like production and quality control.

Finally, portable laser scanners have transformed the area of 3D mapping by delivering very accurate and detailed data in a range of circumstances. Handheld 3D scanners, mobile LiDAR camera devices, tiny laser mapping tools and wireless LiDAR scanners already outperform standard mapping equipment. As technology advances, we can anticipate even more advanced and novel portable laser scanning systems in the future.

Handheld LiDAR Scanners Products

Whether you are a seasoned pro or just 3D-curious, a walk around the site with the P1 lets you digitize your environment quickly and accurately. Powerful SLAM technology enables the P1 to work in direct sunlight or even at night, in locations that may not be inaccessible with traditional methods. Weighing in at only 1 kg or slightly over 2 lbs, the P1 fits in a messenger bag and can work all day with easy battery swaps, recreating your environment in minutes. Advanced SLAM technology does not have to cost a fortune. No more complicated instrument calibration or lengthy workflows processing point cloud data. The plug-and-play design and acces-sible price point of the P1 empowers you to explore boundless creativity, streamline data processing, and digitize assets with ease.

Scanning Range:  

40 m @ 10% reflectivity
70 m @ 80% reflectivity

Size: 160 × 120 × 270 mm (excluding camera)

Weight: 1 kg / 2.2 lbs

FOV°: 360° × 59°

Scan Rate: 200,000 pts/s

Camera Resolution: 5760 × 2880 @ 30 fps

Battery Life: 2 h (Grip Battery, Room Temperature, Scanner only)

 

Relative Accuracy: up to 2cm

Absolute Accuracy:  less than 5cm

Point Cloud Formats:  Las, Ply

LiGrip Rotating Handheld SLAM LiDAR System is a new handheld terrestrial LiDAR scanner by GreenValley International. The product adopts a simple style design, compact body, light hand-held, convenient operation, and flexible installation; on the basis of the original equipment, the further weight reduction, efficiently capturing true color data in a wide range of scenes; supporting multi-platform and multi-mode operations, and combining LiDAR and SLAM algorithms to achieve integrated indoor multi-scene measurement. With GreenValley’s self-developed LiFuser point cloud processing software, the point cloud data can be post-processed quickly.

Scanning Range:  120m

Size: L204mm×W130mm×H385mm, battery box: L134mm×W64.6mm×H167mm

Weight: 1.74kg 

FOV°: 280°×360°

Scan Rate: 320,000 pts/s

Scan Range: 120m

Relative Accuracy: ≤3cm

Absolute Accuracy:  less than 5cm

Point Cloud Formats:  Las, Ply, LiData

Discover the latest innovation in GreenValley‘s LiGrip handheld series, the LiGrip H300. This sleek and compact device offers lightweight handling, user-friendly operation, and versatile installation options. With its advanced sensors, the LiGrip H300 can quickly capture extensive scene data across various platforms, such as handheld, backpack, mounted on vehicle and drone. Experience the power of multiple high-precision mapping methods, including SLAM, PPK-SLAM, and RTK-SLAM, allowing you to swiftly acquire point cloud data with absolute coordinates. Combined with GreenValley’s self-developed LiDAR 360 and LiDAR 360MLS software, the LiGrip H300 effortlessly tackles last-mile challenges in mapping, mining, forestry, and road asset
survey.

Scanning Range:  300m

Size: L195mm×W125mm×H350mm, battery box: L134mm×W64.6mm×H167mm

Weight: 1.67kg (Including Tripod and Camera)

FOV°: 280°×360°

Scan Rate: 640,000pts/s

Scan Range: 120m

Relative Accuracy: up to 1cm 

Absolute Accuracy:  less than 5cm

Point Cloud Formats:  Las, Ply, LiData

How Does the SLAM LiDAR Handheld 3D Scanner Work?

SLAM (Simultaneous Localisation and Mapping) is a technology that allows a LiDAR handheld 3D scanner to create a map of the environment and simultaneously determine its own location within the map. This is achieved using a combination of laser range finding, inertial measurement and other sensor data.

The LiDAR hand held scanner sends out laser pulses and measures the time it takes for the pulses to bounce back after hitting an obstacle. By combining this time-of-flight information with the known speed of light, the LiDAR scanner can calculate the distance to the obstacle. By continuously scanning the environment and collecting this range data, the LiDAR scanner can build up a 3D map of the environment.

The portable LiDAR handheld 3D scanner also contains an inertial measurement unit (IMU) that measures its own movement and orientation. By combining this information with the range data, the LiDAR scanner can determine its own location within the map in real-time. This allows the LiDAR scanner to accurately track its own movement and build up a detailed, accurate map of the environment as it moves.

SLAM technology is used in a variety of applications, including autonomous vehicles, robot navigation, and virtual and augmented reality. It is a key enabling technology for self-driving cars, as it allows the car to “see” its environment and understand where it is in relation to the world around it.

What Are the Advantages of Using a LiDAR Handheld 3D Scanner Compared with Traditional Terrestrial Laser Scanners?