Laser scanner for underground survey

Mining technology innovator Maptek has released a new laser scanner designed specifically for underground applications. The I-Site 8200 is ultra-versatile and can be coupled with a range of accessories to provide a complete scanning system for underground drives, tunnels and stopes, as well as surface stockpiles and silos. Its scan window ranges from -35 to 90 degrees vertically and 360 degrees horizontally. The boom extends up to 10 m into a tunnel or over a void, and the quick release mechanism allows the scanner to be easily removed. The 3D view of the scan on the controller helps the...

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