Next Generation Mobile Mapping
StreetMapper first hit the market in 2004, and was the first commercially available Mobile Laser Scanning (MLS) system. Proven time and time again, it is widely accepted in the survey business as one of the most reliable, accurate and robust MLS systems on the market today.
Following constant development using expertise gained over time, 3D Laser Mapping is proud to announce their next generation Mobile Mapping System, ‘StreetMapperIV’.
Survey grade accuracy and supreme reliability that has come to be expected from StreetMapper is now presented in an even more compact, customisable and easy to use system.
"Buying a mobile mapping from 3D Laser Mapping was a great decision - we have an amazing system that suits our needs perfectly and if you ever need any support - you always get an answer to your problem."− Alfred Mulder, Project Leader at Geomaat.
StreetMapperIV can be mounted on the following: Cars, Boats, Helicopters, Trams, 4×4 buggies, Railways and even camper vans.
This makes it the ideal solution for fast, accurate and safe surveying in a number of different environments.
- Asset Mapping
- Open Field Surveying
- Engineering Planning
- Topographic Mapping
- City Surveying
- Monitoring and Change Detection
- Surface Maintenance
- Tunnel Mapping
- Civil Engineering
- Rail Mapping
- Coastal Mapping
StreetMapperIV is available in 3 different configurations – all of which can be easily upgraded at a later date if and when your needs change.
To help you decide which system is for you – have a look at the below table.
If you’re not sure of the words used please see our ‘Laser Scanning Jargon’ page for definitions of technical terms.
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StreetMapper Cuts Cost of Highway Surveying Projects by 50 per cent | View page
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There is no minimum or maximum speed, only the line scan spacing will change which will result in a higher or lower point density.
Speed does not really affect accuracy. However, the slower you go the denser the pointcloud will be and hence features can be identified and modelled more accurately.