The Leica BLK360 | Reality Captured, at the push of one button.
Innovation meets design.
Single Push Button Capture
Triple Layer Scans: Imagery/Laser/Thermal.
Quick & Accurate: 1/4″ @ 32′ & 1/3″ @ 65′ – Point clouds consisting of 80 million points in 3 minutes.
Internal Storage: 64 GB – Enough space for the data from more than 100 setup locations.
Camera System: 15 MP 3 Camera system (150 MPX full dome cover).
Product SpecificationsGENERAL Imaging scanner3D scanner with integrated spherical imaging system and thermography panorama sensor system DESIGN & PHYSICAL HousingBlack anodized aluminium DimensionsHeight: 165 mm / Diameter: 100 mm Weight1kg Transport coverHood with integrated floorstand Mounting mechanismButton-press quick release OPERATION Stand-alone operationOne-button operation Remote operationiPad app, Apple iPad Pro® 12.9”/iOS 10 or later Wireless communicationIntegrated wireless LAN (802.11 b/g/n) Internal memoryStorage for > 100 setups Instrument orientationUpright and upside down POWER Battery typeInternal, rechargeable Li-Ion battery (Leica GEB212) CapacityTypically >40 setups SCANNING Distance measurement systemHigh speed time of flight enhanced by Waveform Digitizing (WFD) technology Laser class1 (in accordance with IEC 60825-1:2014) Wavelength830 nm Field of view360° (horizontal) / 300° (vertical) Range*min. 0.6 – up to 60 m Point measurement rateup to 360’000 pts / sec Ranging accuracy*4mm @ 10m / 7mm @ 20m Measurement modes3 user selectable resolution settings IMAGING Camera System15 Mpixel 3-camera system, 150Mpx full dome capture, HDR, LED flash Calibrated spherical image, 360° x 300° Thermal CameraFLIR technology based longwave infrared camera Thermal panoramic image, 360° x 70° PERFORMANCE Measurement speed< 3 min for complete fulldome scan, spherical image & thermal image 3D point accuracy*6mm @ 10m / 8mm @ 20m ENVIRONMENTAL RobustnessDesigned for indoor and outdoor use Operating temperature+5 to +40° C Dust/HumiditySolid particle/liquid ingress protection IP54 (IEC 60529) DATA ACQUISITION Live image and scanned data streaming Live data viewing and editing Automatic tilt measurements
The Alpha AL3-32 is the lightest, highest density and most accurate survey grade 3D laser mapping system in the world. Designed from the ground up to meet the needs of the most demanding surveying and terrain professionals.
Alpha Series AL3-32
Phoenix LiDAR Systems provide a proprietary complete software suite for streamlined acquisition, geo-referencing, data fusion & export.
Real-time point cloud via 4G or built-in long range wifi – now with patent pending real-time RGB colorization
Vehicle agnostic (designed for multi-rotors, car, bicycle, backpack, and more)
SDK available for real-time point cloud analytics
Analyze LiDAR penetration and measure positions, paths and cross sections – while scanning
COMING SOON: Hybrid SLAM Support
Support for new cameras (e.g. PointGrey Ladybug5, RGB DSLR cameras, thermal cameras, multispectral & hyperspectral)
Support for new LiDAR sensors 3D map to better choose parts of the scan to extract as LAS
Direct-georeferencing point cloud colorization (no need to wait for photogrammetry results)
Tools for fast LiDAR boresighting and camera calibration allow remounting sensors without downtime
Export georeferenced photos with rich metadata
Easily export/convert raw data from Genicam cameras
Support for CHCX900+ GNSS reference stations, including UHF and 4G connectivity
Robust RINEX conversion for NovAtel and CHC reference stations
Support for Trimble and Leica SmartNet correction networks
Configurable realtime downsampling for complete visualization of longer/larger scans
Easily program rover-integrated UHF modems without leaving SpatialExplorer
Customizable Graphic User Interface
Support for complex/daisychained multi-camera setups for synchronous triggering, as well as external trigger inputs
Support timestamped logging of external data via RS232/TCP for 3rdparty sensors (e.g. pyranometers, geiger counters, …)
Better camera management and image visualization during capture
Additional data layers (e.g. openstreetmap) allow for better orientation while capturing
Raw IMU frequency spectrum helps optimize vibration isolation on gas-powered helicopters and UAVs
The technique we use to derive centimeter level precision is called Real Time Kinematic Global Navigation Satellite System (RTK GNSS). This system uses the satellite signal’s carrier wave in addition to the information content of the signal and relies on a single GNSS reference station to provide real-time corrections. Now what happens during short periods of GNSS outages? Enter the Inertial Navigation System (INS): the INS uses a computer, motion sensors (accelerometers) and rotation sensors (gyroscopes) to continuously calculate the position, orientation, and velocity of the system. In order to combine the two systems, a very sophisticated algorithm, known as a linear quadratic estimation (LQE), operates on streams of noisy sensor data to produce a statistically optimal estimate of the system’s position at any point in time. By fusing this information with the LiDAR data, a point-cloud is generated and visualized in real-time using our spatial exploitation software.